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Who benefits? Anti-government circles are inspired by foreign funding

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Cui prodest? It doesn't matter who benefits from it.

This question, BC It has been a key issue in ancient Rome since the first century. Although the author of the phrase is considered to be the Roman lawyer Ravilla of the ancient period, it is better known for the speech of Mark Tulios Cicero, who worked in the same period, in which he spoke in defense of Milon.

From ancient Rome, no matter how unpleasant it may be, let us return to our all-encompassing reality with a moment, filling in a little with the expression of the mentioned ancient Romans, let's ask a question. Who benefits from violating the constitution and illegally "legitimizing" the campaign against the Constitutional Court? Moreover, who is inspired by all this, who are, so to speak, "giving a shit" to the "thugs" who came to power?