Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President
Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President

Today Vladimir Putin has been sworn in as the Russian President for the fourth time. In the March elections, Putin won 77% of the votes. Vladimir Putin has now become the leader of most occupying power in Russia after Joseph Stalin. Alexei Navalny had challenged him during the elections but he was stopped from voting. After which Alexei Navalny’s supporters accused him of being excluded from the election.

Vladimir Putin was elected president in 2000, 2004 and 2012. At the same time, Putin was elected prime minister from 2008-12. Putin has become the longest ruling leader after Joseph Stalin, who is the dictator of Russia (then the Soviet Union). Stalin had been in power for 30 years from 1922 to 1952.

Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President
Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President

Putin has been in power since 2000. Now he will remain as the President of the country for 6 years, that is, by 2024. He will remain in power for a total of 24 years.

Because of his lifestyle, Putin always remains in the discussion. Even at the age of 65, he seems so young that we can’t believe his real age.

Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President
Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President

Putin’s last tenure was in discussion due to military intervention in Syria and Crimea from Ukraine.

Releasing Russia’s economy is proving to be a big challenge after western countries’ sanctions and crude oil prices fall in 2016. At the same time, Putin promised to improve the standard of living of the people before this election.

Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President
Very Young at 65, Vladimir Putin Begins His Fourth Term As Russian President

The Russian President had also taken off his shirt during his holidays in the Towa region of southern Siberia. This picture was taken between 1 to 3 August 2017.

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