Friday, August 12, 2022

Putin will remain President of Russia until 2036! 2 times more Presidential Bill passed

Sanjeev Trivedi, New Delhi: Vladimir Putin will continue to hold the presidency until the year 2036. Russian lawmakers have passed a law under which Putin will continue to hold the presidency until 2036. With the passing of this law, in a way Vladimir Putin has come close to being a lifetime president. Putin’s tenure was scheduled to last until 2024, but last year, with public support, Russia’s constitution was changed and paved the way for two more terms to continue in office. This law was first passed from the lower house of the Russian Parliament and now it has also got approval from the upper house.

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According to reports, the bill was approved by the State Duma, the lower house of parliament, a week earlier. Now it is expected that soon President Putin will also sign this law. The draft draft law was made following the constitutional amendments adopted in a nationwide referendum held in July 2020.

Under one of the 206 constitutional amendments, the head of the country seated on the post may take the post of president two more times without following the previous conditions. After the amendment was approved by the Upper House on Wednesday, Putin has the facility to resume his presidency in 2024 and then get 2 more terms by 2036.

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Let us tell you that Vladimir Putin won the first presidential election in 2000 when Boris Yeltsin resigned. He then won again in 2004 and became Prime Minister in 2008 when Dmitry Medvedev was President. In 2012, Putin returned to the presidency for 6 years and became Medvedev PM. He returned for a fourth term in 2018 but it was difficult to return in 2024 without a constitutional amendment.


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