Putin could stay in power till 2036

Putin could stay in power till 2036

Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia on Tuesday backed constitutional changes that could see him stay in power till 2036, if he chooses to do so. Mr. Putin, however, has expressed misgivings about the legal amendments. Currently, the constitution of Russia requires Mr. Putin to step down in 2024, when his second sequential and fourth presidential term comes to an end.

Max Bants
Max Bants 3 months

... to absolutely no one's surprise

CoLpOeSnED 3 months

oh ya dont say?

Based Haole
Based Haole 3 months

It's almost like it's still a Communist Dictatorship with a new coat of paint or something

Apache helicopter
Apache helicopter 3 months

china 2. 0

Up 3 months

A dictator that wants to stay in power? I'm shocked.

pseudo 3 months

Pedro offers Russia his protection

Joshua Green
Joshua Green 3 months

Incrementally sticking around with party approval..... can we call him Secretary General and be done with the pretense?

Parker 3 months

well well surprise surprise.

jared edwards
jared edwards 3 months

Trump for a 3rd term.

daddymoon666 3 months

Just don't read the headline dumbasses, the bill he's trying to pass is very interesting and forward thinking if you were a war strategist and were into political science, you'd see what it is he's preparing before his term ends...These headlines are misleading for a purpose, because they know most Americans are too lazy and too dumb to go beyond the headline... Educate yourselves and stop eating so willingly what others feed you...

Rational 3 months

Well, no shit.

Insouciant 3 months


Randy Rand
Randy Rand 3 months

A leader like Putin is rare, I don’t blame Russia for wanting him for awhile longer.

Rhokanth 3 months

Heavy accent: You see Vasily if flipping 10 upside down, Mr Put only serve glorious soviet motherland for 01 years.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 3 months

if it prevents the globalists from taking over, fine by me.

Ryan M
Ryan M 3 months

I knew a Russian a while back who said that Russia judges its leaders by their benevolence rather than their authoritarianism. She says that Russians have never known anything but despotic power, and that they value the security that comes from a robust hierarchy more than the freedom of a more decentralized and thereby chaotic political and social order. Hers was a different perspective. She felt that the American emphasis on freedom and liberty was fine for the Americans, but "unpalatable" to Russians, who prefer the strength of an iron fist at the top. She included herself among them.

Given Name 123
Given Name 123 3 months

How is that for democracy...

nick 3 months

So President for life. Just do away with the sham voting.

Dave 3 months

Isn't this also how Palpatine stayed on as Emperor?

porcus 3 months

Thank goodness the Russians do not have a dictator in power like Trump! Just imagine what the Bad Orange Man would be doing there if he was in control of Russia....

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