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February 11, August 02, Andrei and Nadezhda are, by any measure, successful professionals and a happy family. They are the kind of people who are supposed to be the mainstay of new Russia and the driving force of its resurgence.
Except that they are planning to leave this country for good. They live in the ancient Russian city of Vladimir, about km east of Moscow. Andrei, 40, and Nadezhda, 36, have decent jobs, a two-bedroom flat and a car, and are raising two daughters, aged 10 and 4.
Four years ago they took a firm decision to emigrate. Look at our shops: Our well-being depends on the price of oil and on decisions taken by politicians and economists in other countries.
A survey conducted last year by the respected Levada Centre found that 50 per cent of Russians do not think there is future for them in Russia, while 63 per cent said they would like their children to live elsewhere. Andrei and Nadezhda are part of a new emigration wave from Russia.
There are no reliable emigration statistics, partly because the departures are hard to document. According to the Federal Migration Service, almost 30, left Russia in the 11 months of last year. The Auditing Commission, last year, estimated on the basis of tax returns that almost 1.
The shocking fact is that the exodus from Russia after the breakup of the Soviet Union is comparable to that in the wake of the October Bolshevik revolution.
In those days Russians fled violence and hunger. Today their motives are different. The first post-Soviet emigration wave, when an estimated 1. After all, under Mr. However, economic growth has been largely confined to the extracting industries, limiting opportunities for self-fulfilment.
The corrupt nexus of Russian business and the state became overwhelming, stifling competition and producing a new breed of billionaire bureaucrats. Many felt that the political regime increasingly resembles the Soviet Union where people had no say in government, the Parliament was decorative and elections were a sham.
At the same time, the notion of social justice for which the Soviet Union was famous has all but disappeared in new capitalist Russia. Moscow today has more billionaires than any other world capital, but across the country, over 21 million people out of the population of million live below the minimal subsistence level.
Last year, the number of poor people increased by two million compared withaccording to Rosstat, the State statistics committee. Yet, this is what Andrei and Nadezhda hope to find in Canada. But it could take several more years for that dream to take shape as emigration to Canada involves a long and cumbersome process.
Focus on middle class What is worrying about Russian emigration is that it is fuelled by the middle class. Andrei is a skilled mechanic and electrical engineer. Nadezhda has two university diplomas in accounting and management.
They say job opportunities in their home city ofpeople are far and few between. While they await their passage to Canada, Andrei, like many other people in Vladimir, has taken a better paid job in Moscow.
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