Bulletin No. 5 (45) 2020

Bulletin No. 5 (45) 2020 

Table of contents 

Yukos Case: Moscow’s New Old Headache
Central Bank Sells Sberbank to Finance Ministry
    What’s The Deal? 
    Two Reasons Why 
Cybersecurity: FSB Infighting & Sberbank Competition
Surkov’s Offical Dismissal
    New Donbas Management Scheme Takes Shape 
    New Prime Minister For The DNR 
New Governor In Kaluga
Constitutional Reform: Challenges & Risks
    Issues With The Nationwide ‘Vote’ 
    One Bill Instead Of Seven 
    Bargain With The Systemic Opposition 
    Regime Disagreements 
    Non-Systemic Opposition – Three Initiatives 
Harsh Sentences For Left-Wing Activists Trigger Protests
    The Network Case Tests The Kremlin 
    What Are Putin’s Views? 
    Tacit Position Of The Presidential Administration 
    Systemic Opposition: First Attempts (In Years) To Raise Its Voice 
    Popular Protest 
In Brief 
    (i) Trust In Putin Continues To Fall 
    (ii) The Number Of Business Criminal Prosecution Has Been Growing 
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The next bulletin will be issued on 10 March.

Writing and analysis: Tatiana Stanovaya, Howard Amos

Editing: Howard Amos, Ben Tavener


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