The Kremlin has responded to the initiative of Chechnya on three presidential terms in a row


Dmitry Pascutto: Ramil Sitdikov / RIA Novosti

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on the fact that the legislators of Chechnya proposed to allow the President to serve three consecutive terms instead of two. About it reports TASS on Friday, may 11.

“It’s not the question on the agenda of the President”, — said the representative of the Kremlin.

9 may it was reported that the Chechen Parliament has prepared a bill to extend the powers of the President from two to three consecutive terms. The Republican speaker of the legislative Assembly Magomed Daudov noted that “the amendment does not diminish the democratic foundations of the state and enables the people to determine their own future”.

A similar initiative about a month ago the President of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov. He said that current Russian leader Vladimir Putin is no alternative, and we must think about the renewal of his term of office.

May 7, Putin is the fourth time we’ve entered a post of the President of Russia. Oath-taking was held in the St. Andrew hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace. The ceremony was attended by about five thousand people.

Putin won the elections on March 18, typing 76,69% of the votes (of 56.4 million people). For the first time he led the state in 2000, then in 2004. From 2008 to 2012, the post of President was taken by Dmitry Medvedev in September 2011 Putin announced that he would go to a new presidential term, which since 2012 has increased from four to six years.

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