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Russian govt resigns amid Putin's bid to carve out new power base

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev submitted his resignation to President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. Russian news agencies said Putin thanked Medvedev for his service but noted that the prime minister's Cabinet failed to fulfil all the objectives set for it. Russian media said Putin plans to name Medvedev as deputy of the presidential Security Council.
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News video: Putin consolidates power: Russian govt resigns to set off constitutional changes | OneIndia News

Putin consolidates power: Russian govt resigns to set off constitutional changes | OneIndia News 01:18

In a shocking move, Russian President Vladimir Putin has set off changes that are designed to clear the way for him to extend his 20-year presidential rule and also give him sweeping powers. On Wednesday night, the Russian govt resigned so that Putin can carry out constitutional changes that shifts...

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