Peskov sees no reason to comment on Khodorkovsky's remarks on presidency

The Kremlin sees no cause to comment on the remarks of Mikhail Khodorkovsky about his intentions to become president, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said on Kommersant-FM radio.

The Kremlin sees no cause to comment on the remarks of Mikhail Khodorkovsky about his intentions to become president, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said on Kommersant-FM radio.

"There is nothing for us to comment on here. There is no cause for any commenting here," he said.

On Saturday former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky said he is ready to take the post of the head of state. He said he would take the post when the needs appeared "to conduct a constitutional reform implying primarily the redistribution of presidential powers for the benefit of courts, parliament and civil society."

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