Bishop Gregory (hgr) wrote,
Bishop Gregory


оказалось, не один я так думаю:


Mr. Gorbachev urges Russia's leaders to learn from the mistakes of his “perestroika,” when failure to reform the political system in time triggered the break-up of the country. “Our main mistake was we acted too late to reform the Communist Party … The party's top bureaucracy organised the attempted coup in August 1991, which scuttled the reforms,” he wrote.

и вывод:

The anniversary of Mr. Gorbachev's “perestroika” showed that the question of the pace and combination of economic and political reforms is as burning an issue in today's Russia as it was in the Soviet Union a quarter-of-a-century ago. Like Mr. Gorbachev before him, Mr. Medvedev too should steer a careful course between Scylla and Charybdis — rushing too fast or going too slow may be equally dangerous for Russia's modernisation.

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