Vladimir Putin strongly hints he will run again for president bagroom

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Publish Date : 2021-04-08 09:18:11


Vladimir Putin strongly hints he will run again for president bagroom

Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end.

The amendments would pave the way for him to stay in power after his term ends, potentially until 2036.

The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court.



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In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters.

'You know, I'll say absolutely frankly now: If this [constitutional change] does not happen, in two years -- I know this from my own experience -- instead of normal, steady work at various levels of power, everyone will start looking around for possible successors,' the 67-year-old said.

'We need to get on with work, not look for successors,' he added.

Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012.

Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end. In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters. Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012. 'We need to get on with work, not look for successors,' he added. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012. 'We need to get on with work, not look for successors,' he added. Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end. In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. 'You know, I'll say absolutely frankly now: If this [constitutional change] does not happen, in two years -- I know this from my own experience -- instead of normal, steady work at various levels of power, everyone will start looking around for possible successors,' the 67-year-old said. 'You know, I'll say absolutely frankly now: If this [constitutional change] does not happen, in two years -- I know this from my own experience -- instead of normal, steady work at various levels of power, everyone will start looking around for possible successors,' the 67-year-old said. Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end. In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters. 'You know, I'll say absolutely frankly now: If this [constitutional change] does not happen, in two years -- I know this from my own experience -- instead of normal, steady work at various levels of power, everyone will start looking around for possible successors,' the 67-year-old said. Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012. Putin served as Russia's president from 2000 to 2008, then returned to the role in 2012. He served as prime minister from 1999 to 2000, and between his two presidential terms, from 2008 to 2012. The changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court. The amendments would pave the way for him to stay in power after his term ends, potentially until 2036. Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end. In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters. In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had 'not ruled out' running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters.

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