The televised Q&A conference with Russian president Vladimir Putin, to be held on April 25, will include discussions with the head of state. This will be done for the first time in the history of Putin's televised conferences. According to the press secretary of the President, Dmitry Peskov, not only party members and representatives of the Popular Front will be invited to the studio, but also several figures that appeared in TV reports dedicated to most popular social topics of the year. According to Peskov, they will be able to comment, add something, agree or disagree with the President's answers.
Representatives of cultural intelligence, science, students, war veterans, search teams, villagers, as well as large families with adopted children will participate in the conference.
The most frequently asked questions that concern the Russians were published on the website of the conference. The questions are about the problems of education, business, zero ppm, child benefits, housing and utility rates, the struggle against illegal migrant workers, roads, scholarships for students and salaries of teachers and doctors, as well as a progressive scale of taxation and a simplified procedure for obtaining citizenship.
This will be the first televised conference that Putin will hold after he took office as president in 2012 The conference will be broadcast live by TV channels "First", "Russia 1", "Russia 24," as well as radio stations "Mayak", "Vesti FM" and "Radio Russia."
It will be possible to ask a question to the president by calling the call center, sending an SMS or leaving a message at www. moskva-putinu.ru or moscow-putinu.rf.
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