Evidently Vladimir Zhirinovsky sharesthe concern of many Russians that Zhirinovsky’s followers arenot in their right mind. The flamboyant ultra-nationalist recentlyasked the psychiatric clinic in Nizhny Novgorod to test the mentalhealth of nine local members of his party who are trying to defect. The psychiatrists responded that they can do the testing, butcannot release the results of such a confidential procedure, not even to Zhirinovsky.
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