The adoption of a law [on the prisoners of war and internees] can violate the rights of Russian citizens and the entire Russian-speaking population of Ukraine. Under the guise of bringing the legislation in line with international norms, Kyiv is preparing to deport the residents of the South-East to special camps and forcefully return Donbas.
By abandoning the monarchical form of government in most European countries, Europe is rapidly losing its spiritual strength, ceasing to be the Europe that developing countries and other peoples aspire to become like. Thus is the era of liberal democracy.
Pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about liberal democracy.
The era of the great European monarchies - i.e. before World War I - was a period of mass poverty, social unrest, mass migration from Europe, and wars. The break-through of democracy has secured welfare and well-being for the citizens of Europe, social and economic progress and security.
12 countries of the European continent are monarchies, seven of those are European Union member states.