The humiliation of ‘tsar’ Putin: is his leadership in danger after the rebellion of Wagner’s mercenaries?

Is the power of the Russian president threatened? He czar Vladimir Putin is less so after the Wagner Group mutiny. Who could imagine that a revolt would take place and that his ringleader would be “pardoned”? After the uprising, the Russian president vowed to punish its leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, for “treason.” But the threat was there. Following an agreement, the head of the mercenaries got off scot-free (at least for now) for the biggest challenge Putin has faced since he came to power more than two decades ago. The vulnerability of czar has been exposed. Her fragility is greater than previously thought.

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