In Tomsk, an eleventh-grader sent an open letter to the Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and urged him to resign.
Sergei Tchaikovsky is a pupil of the Russian classical gymnasium No. 2. His message was published on the website of the local TV channel "TV2.” In the letter, the young man referred to the film-investigation of the Anti-Corruption Foundation. "He is not Dimon to you,” he said.
"I'm 18 years old now. Although I'm quite young, believe me, I've seen much in my life except for the most important thing in a democratic state: the succession of power," the teenager pointed out.
The young man reminded the head of the government about a pensioner from the Tomsk region, Vitaly Smirnyagin, who recently sent Medvedev an increase to his pension amounting to 60 rubles (1 USD). According to the schoolboy, Smirnyagin did it because such an increase looks like a mockery.
He also noted that he decided to address Medvedev "especially on the eve of May 9.”
"After all, this is a great holiday. 72 years ago we defeated a terrible enemy and saved the whole world and our country. Now the younger generation has a very difficult task: to save the country from what you have done during your reign... Dmitry Anatolyevich, if you are a true patriot of your country, if you are interested in the future fate of Russia, then I ask you to resign," the letter says.
Tchaikovsky added that he filed an appeal to the regional directorate of the Investigative Committee about the possible commitment of a corruption offense by the Prime Minister, however the Investigative Committee refused to conduct a check.
Sergei Tchaikovsky is a volunteer of the Tomsk campaign headquarters of Alexey Navalny and is a member of the Open Russia movement.