Russia vote that may extend Putin rule till 2036

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A constitutional vote that would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule until 2036 is set to wrap up after a week of balloting. reports citing foreign media that the nationwide vote on the amendments that would reset the clock on Putin's tenure to zero and enable him to serve two more six-year terms entered its final day on Wednesday.

For the first time in Russia, the polls were open for a week to help reduce crowds and bolster turnout amid the coronavirus pandemic.

2020.07.01 / 18:53
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