Announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) enacted a law on April 5th that will allow him to remain in power until 2036. Yes, the disputed president will have the right to be re-elected twice.
What information is known about this law issued by Vladimir Putin?
According to information from EFE, Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) promulgated this law, which will allow him to continue as the country’s main president until 2036. Because of this, he can stand for re-election no more than twice.
This is the ins and outs; this document was published on Russia’s official legal information portal on Monday after Putin’s signature, And the Duma or the House of Commons and the Federal Council or the Senate also formally approved the law..
What changes does the law propose?
This law, which allows Vladimir Putin to govern until 2036, passed amendments to the Constitution and other changes in a referendum on July 1. Yes, the revised one allows whoever came to power in 2000 to stand on two or more occasions for reelection as president: 2024 and 2030.
The new law also states that the same person cannot hold the presidency for more than two terms, but this does not stop him “When the amendment enters into force, whoever has held or served as a candidate for the presidency of the Russian Federation will participate in the presidential election”.
Not only that, it also pointed out that in the future only those Citizens over the age of 35 who have lived in the country for at least 25 years and have no dual citizenship or have obtained a passport from another country in the past.
*Information from EFE, through Swissinfo.ch