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Russia | Vladimir Putin announces legislation allowing him to remain in the Kremlin until 2036

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, This Monday announced legislation allowing him to remain in the Kremlin until 2036, and gave him the right to be re-elected twice.

The relevant document was published on the official legal information portal Russia.

Company Vladimir Putin This comes after the Duma (lower house) and the Federal Council or Senate formally enact the law.

These rules make an amendment to the constitution adopted in the July 1 referendum, along with other changes by Magna Carta Russia.

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One of the constitutional amendments, proposed at the last minute a year ago and to the opposition Vladimir Putin The main goal of the reform is to allow the Kremlin leader, who came to power in 2000, to stand for re-election on two more occasions in 2024 and 2030.

The new law stipulates that the same person may not hold the office of President for more than two terms, while “this does not preclude the participation of a politician who has held or holds the office of President of the Russian Federation. Presidential elections. At the time of implementation of the amendment.”

The rule also confirms that in the future, only citizens over the age of 35 who have lived permanently in this country under the age of 25 may be candidates for the Russian presidency.

Applicants to the Kremlin may not have dual citizenship or have previously held a passport from another country.

(With information from EFE)

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