Obviously, the leader of the LDPR, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, IS the party, which is the party of one man and is destined to evaporate from Russia's political stage once its flamboyant leader retires. Zhirk (as he is called on Russian streets), as always is for the drastic measures in any area, and in his conversation with Putin (do not forget to turn on captions) is about exiling trouble makers to Siberia.
One of the defining traits of Russia's opposition snowflakes is their classic narcissism which makes them feel that they "deserve" much more in life just because they feel like that and that is what drives them to all kinds "opposition" orgs such as defunct now Navalny's operation or many other similar ones, whose main "specialization" is media, where they go because they are incapable of doing anything else. Putin does understand the issue, Zhirik doesn't. In the end, what kind of "exile to Siberia" is scary enough today? Well, I agree about Magadan, but being "exiled" to Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok or Khabarovsk, which are modern, comfortable and large cities which offer everything anyone would want from the modern city, that is not an exile anymore. One, of course, can exile someone to Krasnoyarsk with its horrible environment--but they are working on that too and this million plus size city is as good as anything in terms of living in it, its air quality being an exception, of course.