Russia: Vladimir Putin Signs Law allowing Him to Rule Till 2036
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On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the legislation that may be able to keep him in power until 2036, when he will be 83 years old.

Putin, a former KGB officer who is now 68, completes his ongoing six-year tenure — his fourth as President — in 2024. He has already run the country either as President or as Prime Minister for more than 20 years (see box). This is the longest period a leader has been in power since Joseph Stalin, who was Secretary General of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1922-1953) and the premier of the Soviet Union from 1941-1953.

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