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Putin signs statute reforms into force, will stay as Prez till 2036

Opposition leader Alexey Navalny dismissed the official results of the vote on constitutional amendments as "fake." News channel TV Rain reported protests at Red Square.

MOSCOW, July 7: President Vladimir Putin has decreed the constitutional amendments voted by the country last week as coming into force on July 4.

The constitutional reforms proposed by Putin (67) and voted overwhelmingly by the Russians enable him to rule till 2036, two more terms after his present term ends in 2024.

A day before the week-long voting that came to an end on Wednesday began, Putin told Russians, "We are going to vote for the country where we want to live, with cutting- edge education and healthcare, a reliable system of social protection and an effective government accountable to the people. We are going to vote for a country to the benefit of which we have been working and which we would like to pass on to our children and grandchildren."

Russian Opposition leader Alexey Navalny dismissed the official results of the vote on constitutional amendments as "fake" and "a huge lie." Independent Russian news channel TV Rain reported protests at Red Square in front of Lenin's Tomb. The website OVD-Info said the protesters were detained.

In the 2018 presidential election Putin had won three- fourths of the votes cast.





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