Vladimir Putin inaugurated as Russian president for the 4th term

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May 8 in Politics & Government ✌ by Dan (5,358 points)

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Kninjanin May 8

Putin did many good things for Russia.

Rooster May 8

Did you expect anyone else to win? Between voter fraud and party bully tactics, I expected no less. This "should" be his fourth and last term but we'll see. He has the reins of power for six more years. At least that's their law but he hasn't been one to follow all the laws. I still think he is the rich oligarchs puppet and will continue building his military strength until he can rebuild the old Soviet Union. Lining theirs and his pockets at the expense of the Russian people for years to come.

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Dan Rooster May 8
China just extended the term indefinitely - https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/25/world/asia/china-xi-jinping.html

Yes, some major countries (and many smaller ones) seem to gravitate toward dictators.

TheOtherTink May 8

Gee, goose-stepping 18th-century soldiers.  Looks like a comic opera.  :D

Dan TheOtherTink May 8

Using medieval knight soldiers costume for ceremonial would be cool.image

Yes, but it might be a little bit clunky for indoors.

Maybe after the presidential swearing-in ceremony, they might go outdoors for some medieval jousting.  :)

Virginia May 23

Dan I did not watch the whole thing, but at 26:50 Putin is talking about reject injustice, bureaucracy...I was interested in Rooster's comment about 4th and last term but we'll see.

Freeranger May 23

let's finish the sentence............."or else".


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