Why does not the root user in Ubuntu?

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Yopt, a Russian(!) on the black it is written that wrong permissions on /etc/sudoers! the owner of the /etc/sudoers can only be Ruth, right - only 0440.
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In sudo what is covered.
Judging from the above to /etc/sudoers is not the correct rights (all on record) that did not like sudo, and he didn't bother to read this file
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since /etc/sudoers has write permissions for all, it is necessary to do so, as I wrote the previous commentator, chmod 440 /etc/sudoers
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