Russian legislature passes bill on presidential terms and eligibility

31 March
President Vladimir Putin of Russia (photo credit: Global Panorama/flickr)
President Vladimir Putin of Russia (photo credit: Global Panorama/flickr)
Russia’s Federation Council (parliament's upper house) at its plenary meeting on Wednesday passed a law enabling President Vladimir Putin to contest the presidency again. A number of the law’s provisions was formulated on the basis of amendments to the Constitution, such as a restriction on the number of presidential terms for one person. It is applied to the incumbent head of state regardless of his previous presidencies. This rule allows the current head of state to hold this position for two more terms.
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