By Peter Kropotkin
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With these deep roots in history, environmental protection became an important channel for expressing discontent (Weiner 1999). During Gorbachev’s perestroika it was the most visible movement for change, and for the first time, it became a movement of masses. However, the economic and social difficulties which followed the Russian transition made people more interested in supporting their families, and a comparable public interest in environmental issues has not returned since (DeBardeleben – Heuckroth 2001).
The Russian political elite actually reinforces this dissemblance with an embellished concept of managed democracy, which suggests that the Russian people are not ready for democracy. In reality, the concept of managed democracy covers up the Russian political elite’s fear of losing its power. Looked at from the local level, the situation does not appear to be as grim as might be suggested by the approaches emphasizing the strength of informal institutions and harmful path dependency as well as the difficulty of introducing post-modern institutions in Russia.
13 Treaties that President Yeltsin had concluded with heads of the regions giving regions more powers than the federal Constitution allowed were not continued. The asymmetry of the Federation, which many influential Moscowbased constitutional lawyers criticized, was turned into symmetry under the federal order. g. Shulzhenko 1995). Article 10 of the Russian Federal Constitution sets out the doctrine of separation of powers. The Duma has the legislative power, the president and the government the executive power, and the courts the judicial power.
Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal by Peter Kropotkin