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Russia to vote on July 1 on reforms that could extend Vladimir Putin's rule until 2036

Russia to vote on July 1 on reforms that could extend Vladimir Putin's rule until 2036

The original vote in April was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic The changes would reset Mr Putin's presidential term tally to zero

The changes would reset Mr Putin's presidential term tally to zero Mr Putin has served as Russia's president or prime minister since 1999

Last month, his spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, became the latest high-profile Russian official to be diagnosed with COVID-19 after Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, Culture Minister Olga Lyubimova and Construction Minister Vladimir Yakushev.

Mr Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov became the latest high-profile Russian official to be diagnosed with coronavirus in April.

The changes Russians will vote on, already approved by Parliament and Russia's Constitutional Court, would reset his presidential term tally to zero.

Source: www.abc.net.au
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