Vladimir Putin takes place with tears returning to the Presidency of Russia
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Vladimir Putin takes place with tears returning to the Presidency of Russia

Moscow : Russia | Mar 05, 2012 at 1:36 AM PST
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Election 2012: Russia votes, Putin wins

Vladimir Putin celebrates its return to Kremlin and the opposition celebrates its first protest

It is evident that there has not been any surprise in yesterday's elections Sunday, to the presidential of Russia. It was expected more than 50 percent of the votes and this way to avoid a second turn, but the one 63.75 percent lifts many surprises and suspicions.

The current prime minister returns to the presidency of the country, the official partial results gave the victory in first turn to the prime minister from Russia, Vladímir Putin; these data have been facilitated by Central Election Commission (CEC), in short, his president, Vladímir Chúrov. The results are not even definitive, but first recounts won't be very far they give Putin a 63.75 percent of the votes with the one 99.3 percent of the scrutinized votes.

In the previous elections won by Vladimir Putin: 2000, with the one 52.94 percent; and the 2004, with the one 71.31 percent.

These elections take added the novelty that will be for 6 years. And according to this Putin would like it, once concluded this command, to converge to a fourth command of president from Russia.

The square of Manezh, next to Kremlin, where you celebrates the victory of Putin and the exit of Dmitri Medvédev. Medvedev said: "Our candidate leads strong with step."

Through the agency Interfx, The former President of the Soviet Union Mijaíl Gorbachev, said what many think aloud, and it is that he doubts of the results of the presidential elections.

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CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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