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Putin takes oath of office as Russia’s President for new 6-year-term

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Russian President, Vladimir Putin, took the oath of office on Monday for a new six-year term.

After Putin took the oath of office, the Constitutional Court chairman, Valery Zorkin, handed him the symbols of state power and announced his assumption of office.

Presidential elections were held in Russia on March 18.

Voter turnout was 67.54 per cent.

Putin won the elections gaining 76.69 per cent of the vote, with over 56.4 million voters casting their ballots for him, according to Central Election Commission data.


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