I hate the Communist Party chapter 164
Chapter 60—An Unexpected Place
[In the coming 20th century, the Tsar convenes the State Duma!]
In the past, news spread rapidly across Russia that the first Alexander II attempted to implement the Duma, which had failed due to terrorism, was declared by Nikolay II to continue the maintenance of his grandfather.
“National Duma? What is that? Do you know what a Duma is?”
“What? Oh, man, you are so ignorant. You don’t even know what Duma is? That’s it, that’s it!”
“what is that?”
“… … Anyway, there is such a thing! Go and do the field work!”
Although the illiteracy rate was lowered compared to the past thanks to the Tsar’s policy, the national Duma was not a topic that touched much for the peasants, who make up the majority of the people.
For them, the reality that if they don’t work today, they have to work twice as much tomorrow, was a topic that touched more than that the Duma was established.
In addition, I would have listened a little more to the words of those high-profile people who said that if the immediate life was so hard that tomorrow could not be guaranteed, the society had to change, but the life now was enough to be immersed in the sound of catching clouds.
The surest way to prevent people from having a need for transformation was to make them happy with their current life rather than making concrete refutations to each other’s words.
“Have you heard the news this time? His Majesty said he was calling the Duma.”
“But I did see it on the street stall on my way to work. But what will change when Duma is called?”
“Well, but it’s your Majesty’s job, so will it make your life better in the future?”
“there! Now stop talking and go to your place!”
“Yes, yes! Supervisor! Let’s talk about it later at lunch.”
Because of the revised labor law, the reactions were not very different from those of farmers even in the case of workers receiving simple training in factories.
Due to the nature of the urban space, they were in contact with more information than in rural areas, but for them, politics was still reserved for people with high politics.
Thanks to the high approval ratings for the tsar, they only had vague expectations that their lives would be better with this event, but they could not help but get in touch with what this policy meant specifically.
It was said that the illiteracy was relieved thanks to the training conducted in the factory, but just because I could read the article, it did not make sense.
“Finally, your Majesty has professed to solve the problems related to the establishment of the Duma you promised last time!”
“Now, let’s not all be too fussed. This was a natural procedure. Just remembering that your Majesty continued to weaken the “temporary regulations” that had been made during the pre-election period and expanded the autonomy over the provinces, wasn’t this something to come someday? I hope everyone keeps their body pain.”
“For that kind of thing, you really can’t loosen the expression you’re making right now. I’ve never seen you have such a face since when you said your son was born.”
In contrast, moderate liberals, including Dmitry Shipov, who belonged to Gemstbo, and others who thought that reforms had to be accelerated had no choice but to react sensitively to the tsar’s comments.
Because the Tsar’s declaration meant that what they had dreamed of was coming true.
“Even so, I cannot hide my feelings of regret. I don’t know if it’s because of your Majesty’s appearance so far, but I thought a more advanced Duma would be established. It’s a convocation of the Duma based on the bill made by His Majesty Alexander II.”
Some of them expressed dissatisfaction with the announcement.
I know that the creation of the state Duma, which has not existed until now, has great significance, but as Nikolai II, there was an expectation that something would implement a further policy from the previous Loris Melikoff Act.
“Of course, I know well what part of the Congressman is regretting. But, wouldn’t it be better to hurry up and fall into a situation like ‘potemkin village’? There, as the lawmaker said, the current Tsar is Nikolai II, so we will move forward in a more developed direction.”
A fellow lawmaker offered condolences to Rep. Jemstbo, who expressed regret.
As he said, urgent promotion could have destroyed the achievements achieved so far in an instant.
It’s like Potemkin, who tricked the empress’s eyes by creating a seemingly plausible village when Empress Yekaterina said she would visit the province.
Wouldn’t it be better to find the answers to the problems at hand one by one, although the speed is slow, rather than making all the problems seem to have been solved only on the surface without actually solving a problem?
Fortunately, they thought Nikolai II was a very trusted monarch.
Just by looking at what he had seen since the days of the Crown Prince, he was a reform monarchy beyond that of Russia’s Friedrich the Great.
“Now, let’s start with a list of referrals to be sent to St. Petersburg, as your Majesty said. So that a person who will be selected as the first Duma lawmaker in Gemstbo in Moscow can come out. Where, who would you like?”
As soon as Chairman Shipov, who judged that it had been sorted out to some extent, came up with a story related to the selection of Duma, the hall began to rise again.
“Hmm, it’s a little embarrassing to say this, but I recommend myself for writing this list of recommendations.”
“No, does that make sense? To recommend yourself.”
“Then, who would you recommend?”
“Hmm, I thought about the worries in consideration of the severity of this work. Willingness to go to work in the capital far away from here, the ability to deal with countless reform tasks, and who can truly think of Russia’s subjects and offer loyalty to the Tsar. No matter how much I worry, I only think of one person. I, myself, recommend myself.”
The symbolism of Duma’s first convocation had a profound influence on Gestbo’s competing recommendations.
“You just said that it makes no sense to recommend yourself, and what is that?”
“Oh huh! It’s the result of repeating troubles!”
If Nikolai had been here, it was a sight that would have made a smile on his face.
There were so many patriots in the Russian Empire.
* * *
It is said that a parliament is established in the Russian Empire, which has rejected the wave of change by freezing as much as the land in which they live!
In Europe, this news, which had circulated for a while among luxury celebrities, was resonating in unexpected places.
“So, what are the words that are wandering in college these days?”
“Yes, that’s a lot of intellectuals who recently heard that the Tsars of the Nossian Empire set up a parliament, and the monarch took the initiative in one way or another to share his powers, and it’s okay for us to sit still like this. It is said that it is the Meiji Restoration, and it is said that the emperor is holding the power of the shogunate as it is. What is worrisome is that there is public opinion within the military, including junior officers, who agree with these comments. Russia is holding our leash, so why shouldn’t we learn about Russia? … .”
The aide’s words were cut off by Ito, who struck the desk and angered.
After the Sino-Japanese War, which was also called the last war, there was only one reason Ito had preserved its place.
This is because no one wanted to sit in a place where it was questionable whether it could be called the Holy Grail with poison, no, the Holy Grail.
He also knew the meaning of the position of prime minister, so he tried to hand over the position of prime minister to figures such as Shigenobu Okuma and Taro Katsura, but each time, the attempt was defeated by a letter from Emperor Taisho.
[Jim has no intention of accepting a prime minister other than Kyung.]
The Emperor, who had entered Chipger after a conversation with the then Russian prince Nikolai, has now recovered to the point where he can appear on the official statue again. I had a feeling of rejection.
“What? Imitating the Nossian Empire? Those guys who can’t fully utilize the potential emanating from the vast land and just believe in the power that comes out of the bulk? Do you mean to imitate the reading comprehension rate that our Japanese Empire couldn’t have, or the army that gathered some of them and called it only in size? Let’s imitate the country that leaves production to other countries because they can’t properly produce guns for their soldiers! It’s because college students don’t know the world like this!”
“Hah, but instead of the prime minister… … ”
The aide swallowed a dry needle and continued.
“Isn’t it true that the Japanese Empire is tied up by Noseo-ah.”
While watching Ito’s anger right in front of him, the aide finished what he wanted to say.
Faced with the aide’s rebellion, Ito instantly forgot what to say.
Just as what he said was true, what the aide said was true.
“… … Go out.”
“Your sir instead of the prime minister.”
“get out! right now!”
Soon after, as the aide with a hard face left the room, the angered Prime Minister who had just screamed out loud was not left in the room.
There was only one old man who was struggling with the time and the heavy burden that weighed on him.
In fact, he was also feeling strange air currents in the army recently.
Originally, it was strange that the Imperial Army, who did not achieve a triumphant victory in the Sino-Japanese War, had the right to speak, but it was the army that was speaking up now.
-Our proud imperial army couldn’t even have a chance to show the strength we had in the last war! because! Because the navy from the Satsuma clan were incompetent and the officials were incompetent! Brothers! How long should they receive the attention of the people as useless guys who don’t have to do anything but pay money? Shouldn’t we show our abilities!
In the last war, the army did not have a chance to go out, and it was the logic that the cause of Japan’s current situation due to the actual defeat was due to the navy and officials.
Ito was washed dry.
He thought that he shouldn’t have coveted the position of Prime Minister where he is now sitting.
Wouldn’t it be that others had to deal with the same thing now if they took responsibility with Matsutaka and withdrew when the Otsu incident happened?
‘You have to find the way out somehow. Somehow!’
Ito was gradually getting to the limit.
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