Putin became president of Russia at third time

Putin became president of Russia at third time

Moscow : Russia | May 09, 2012 at 11:56 PM PDT
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Capital of Russia in Moscow in a grand function Russian leader as President Vladimir Putin has taken the oath.

Four years after the break, he again became president of Russia during this post of the Prime Minister.

Putin has disputed presidential elections held in March success in.MUMBAI is the president, Putin Dmitry mdaydyu close allies.

On Sunday, thousands of protesters On this occasion, the demonstration against the president and clashes between police and Protesters were also.

Mr. Putin nygrand krmln palacio a post in a hall which was presided over by oath in a time Russian weak-seat.

On this occasion in his short address, Mr. Putin said that Russia 'national development is entering in the new era. We have the new style of work is about to be decided in a new quality and new scale, and Russia, should continue the process of change. He said that, Dmitry mdyudyu to Russia harmony with the demands of the modern period for the continuing efforts to new life in breathed product does not continue and should change. Mr. Putin of Russia to strengthen democracy and constitutional rights also stressed on the need.

If Putin term for six years, then he Stalin Joseph after all in Russia for more than the person living in power will be.

He is facing difficulties on many fronts and get a boost the biggest problem, the appearance of the slow. In the areas of northern mountain lambskin violence is also.

In the country as a result of which are very anti-political tension and protests against them are also.

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Putin became president of Russia at third time
Putin became president of Russia at third time.
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