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Putin crowns himself president of Russia again

18 March 2024

7:39 PM

18 March 2024

7:39 PM

As expected, following a three day ‘vote’, Vladimir Putin has once again crowned himself president of Russia.

As of 9 a.m. Moscow time, according to the central electoral commission, 99.7 per cent of ballot papers had been counted with Putin claiming 87 per cent of the vote – higher than he’s managed in any other previous election.

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