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Russian President Vladimir Putin on March 10 paved the way for Russia to retain power After the end of the current mandate, within the framework of a comprehensive constitutional revision the parliament approved.

Responding in parliament to a proposal by a former congressman, Putin claims he agrees with the idea. Revisiting his presidential term on the occasion of constitutional reform to enable him to participate in the 2024 elections This face. He claims he wants the Constitutional Court to authorize the first amendment and that Russian citizens will approve it on the occasion of the referendum. Scheduled for April 22.

Hours after Putin's intervention, the Moscow governor banned the gathering of more than 5,000 people. April 10, officially citing the resistance to the COVID-19 virus.

Putin is currently disqualified from running for president in 2024, as the constitution limits the presidency to two consecutive terms. . But on March 10, Putin, 67, said strong presidential power was needed for Russia. Understand that stability must be a priority. Excerpt from the website: yahoo (Edited by: Bopha)