As far as the general social atmosphere, I would be interested in hearing your views on this matter, but I do not have the sense that we have a stale atmosphere, that our country is in stagnation, and that we are living under a police regime in an authoritative state. There are people who are genuinely unhappy with how things have been developing, but that's normal; that's democracy as it should be. There are also people who are actively protesting the developments, which is also normal. What's most important is for all this to happen within the rule of law, because ultimately, democracy is not just about saying something, although that is very important too; rather, it is about achieving certain goals. So, to provide these opportunities, the state makes certain decisions. Everyone must abide by these decisions, these rules: both the people, who express their views, and the police and special forces. All of them must participate in the process of public discussion and help one another. But to assume that we are somehow regressing I don't know, I don't have this perception or these emotions.
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