Putin's Plan

Putin's Plan (Russian: план Путина) is the ideological cliches, which stands for political and economic program of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The plan was never published, because it never has been formulated and finally, in fragments, as is a set of slogans and wishes of the general orientation. Slogan of supporting "Putin's plan" was a staple of the election campaign of the United Russia in the 2007 parliamentary election and the 2008 presidential election.

In political turn, the term "Putin's Plan" introduced the chairman of the Supreme Council of United Russia Boris Gryzlov. Conceptual framework of "Putin's Plan" was first revealed Director General of APEC D. Orlov in May 2007.[1] In accordance with the concept of DI Orlov in Putin's plan includes the development of a national model of democracy, one and a half system, a just society, the economy of innovation, the rate for large corporations, the consolidation of the "Russian world" and institutional continuity. May 22, 2007 at the enlarged session of the Supreme Council and the General Council of United Russia Boris Gryzlov made a policy paper entitled "Implementation of the Plan of Putin's party" United Russia.

In United Russia

In the electoral program of the party "United Russia" in the parliamentary elections in 2007, "Putin's Plan" is stated as follows:[2]

Propaganda brochure

In addition to the references in the slogans, there is also an illustrated brochure Putin's Plan which began to spread as a free electoral advertising before the State Duma elections of 2007.

The Putin's Plan - Russia's victory. Victory over poverty and corruption on economic and technological backwardness. The victory in the competition leading world powers. The result of this victory, Russia will become a worthy place in the international division of labor and income distribution. Russia's victory - a new architecture of the world in which our country will be able to influence global policies for the safety and welfare of its citizens.

The booklet has three sections, devoted to the three stages "Putin's Plan": "get", "The concentration of resources", "The development of the country". Each section opens with a quote from the expanded Putin also contains statements of the leader of "United Russia" Boris Gryzlov, but most of the text are anonymous abstracts.

The booklet has five sections:


  1. "План Путина | РИА Новости". Rian.ru. 2007-05-21. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20080402091502/http://www.edinros.ru/news.html?rid=3144. Archived from the original on April 2, 2008. Retrieved October 13, 2012. Missing or empty |title= (help)
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