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Russian President Vladimir Putin is constantly working to enhance stability in the country, said the press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov. About it reports “Interfax”.
Journalists were reminded that Putin’s statements made after the vote on the amendments to the Constitution, at the end of his first term and during the Premiership in 2011 that “we have all made on the live thread”, and asked how much time they need to strengthen stability. Peskov, in response said that after the collapse of the Soviet Union, when viewed in a historical context, it took very little time to such a state as Russia, fully recovered.
“Don’t forget that 20 years ago we lived in a state that was on the verge of collapse, which lived in the conditions of threats inside and outside” — said the representative of the Kremlin, promising that in Russia “there is still a lot of work.”
From 25 June to 1 July in Russia was voting on amendments to the Constitution. According to the CEC, the changes in the Basic law (the total vote was handed down from 206 amendments) supported 77.92 percentage of votes, or 57.7 million people. The next day after the final day of voting in the Kremlin said that “de facto took a triumphant vote of confidence to President Vladimir Putin.” Putin himself thanked citizens for participating in the vote and support of the amendments. One of them allows him once again to run for President after the end of office in 2024.
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