The new reign of Putin in Kremlin

The new reign of Putin in Kremlin

Moscow : Russia | May 08, 2012 at 3:51 AM PDT
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PM Putin maps Russia's future

I take possession for third time, Vladimir Putin, of the presidency of Ruisa. With great show and very ceremonious setting in scene, in the magnificent room of Saint Andrew from Kremlin, to which attended approximately 3,000 people, Vladímir Putin took yesterday possession of the position of president from Russia for six years, and it proposed to Medvedev for prime minister's position. The chaotic and very protested elections of the past March 4, they gave him the victory in first turn with 63,6% of the votes the music of bottom of these elections it was: FRAUD, FRAUD, FRAUD. The salient president, Dmitri Medvédev, intervened in the ceremony praising its successor and mentor; but it was very exaegaro in the statement: strong "leader that has the support of most of the population." After the oath of Vladimir Putin on a copy of the Constitution, he promised that he will make "all the possible one for not defrauding the trust."

Neither that to say that the opposition extraparlamentaria has not believed an alone of its words. We will remember that the day 6, Sunday, they were stopped more than 450 participants in a manifestation, in Moscow that although authorized, it finished in violent confrontations with the Police.

Yesterday, they were sought to express against the investiture some demonstrators, and they were stopped 120.

The new president came undone in praises toward the salient president, Medvedev, and immediately Vladimir Putin presented to Duma (Low Camera of the Parliament) the candidacy of Medvédev to be a prime minister. Today the legislators meet it is not doubted of the verdict: Approved to be the prime minister from Russia.

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Putin is sworn in as the new Russian president during a ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow
Putin is sworn in as the new Russian president during a ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow
CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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