The six-year-old, who has been in power for more than two decades, said she would decide whether to run again in 2024 when her current term expires.
Moscow: On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law authorizing constitutional changes in a vote last year to stay in power until 20336.
The July 1 constitutional vote included a provision that resets Putin’s previous term, allowing him to run for president twice more. The change was stamped by the Kremlin-controlled legislature, and the relevant law signed by Putin was posted on an official portal of legal information on Monday.
Russia’s dictatorial president, who has been in power for more than two decades than any other Kremlin leader since Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, has said he will decide in 2024 whether to run again in his current six-year term. No. The end.
He argued that the lieutenant needed to concentrate on his work instead of “seeing his potential successors.”
Constitutional amendments emphasize the rule of law in Russia over international customs, outlawed same-sex marriage, and make “faith in God” the core value.
About 78 per cent of voters who voted in favor of amending the constitution during the ballot received a week and it ended on 1 July. The turnout was one percent.
After the vote, Russian lawmakers amended the national law, approving the relevant law.
Opponents criticized the constitutional vote, arguing that it was exacerbated by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other irregularities, as well as a lack of transparency and obstacles to independent monitoring.
In the months leading up to the vote, Russia has jailed Alexei Navalny, the country’s top opposition figure.
Navalny, 44, was arrested on his way back from Germany in January, where he spent five months in the Kremlin recovering from a nerve agent poisoning. Russian authorities have denied the allegations.
In February, Navalny was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for violating entry conditions while in Germany. The sentence began with a 2014 embezzlement allegation that Navalny dismissed – and the European Court of Human Rights ruled it invalid.
Navalny lost a lot of weight before the strike began in protest of authorities’ failure to provide proper treatment for his back and leg pain, his team said.
Nawalani complained to the jail authorities that he refused to give her the right medicine and allowed her doctor to visit her. At night, he tells a guard every hour that he protested the check, the reason for the lack of sleep.
In an Instagram post on Monday, Navalny said three out of 15 people in his room in the panel colony had tuberculosis. He mentioned that he had a severe cough and a fever of 3.1.1 degrees Celsius.
Later Monday newspaper Izvestia A statement from the State Disciplinary Service said Navalny was taken to the prison colony’s sanitation unit when, after a checkup, he was found to have “symptoms of shortness of breath with a high fever.”
In the overall note, Navalny said he and other inmates studied a notice on tuberculosis prevention that highlighted the importance of strengthening immunity with a balanced diet – a suggestion that “contrasts with eighteen fried and frozen potato gel residues.”