Vladimir Putin wins Russian presidential election with 76.67 per cent vote

Updated On : 20 Mar,2018 | 12:18 PM
Vladimir Putin won the Russian presidential elections with a landslide majority on Monday. Putin was re-elected as president of the Russian Federation for another six years. His fourth term as president will extend until 2024, making him the first Kremlin leader to serve two decades in power since Josef Stalin. With ballots from 80 percent of Russia’s precincts counted by early Monday, Putin had amassed 76 per cent of the vote. Putin is looking all but set to serve a fourth term as the Russian President. He told cheering supporters in a triumphant but brief speech that “we are bound for success.”

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