Putin does not support the idea of perpetual rule of state leaders.

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Vladimir Putin is opposed to the practice of perpetual rule of senior officials, which was used in Soviet times. The Russian president expressed this opinion while talking with veterans of the Great Patriotic War in St. Petersburg, Interfax reports.

"... it would be very alarming to return to the situation in the mid-80s, when the leaders of the state, one by one, remaining in power until the end of their days, left this power, while not providing the necessary conditions for the transformation of power," Putin said.

We recall, on January 15, the Russian government resigned.

Vladimir Putin has proposed changes to Russia’s constitution that would limit the power of a potential successor if he steps down in 2024, indicating he may occupy a beefed-up role as Russia’s prime minister or in the government’s state council.

In a televised speech before senior officials, Putin suggested amending Russia’s constitution to limit a future president to two terms in office – he has served four – tightening residency requirements for presidential candidates, and letting parliament choose candidates for prime minister and the cabinet, in effect weakening the presidency.

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Shortly after the speech, Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev said that Russia’s government would resign in full, allowing Putin to appoint new ministers as he embarks on a sweeping reshuffle of Russia’s leadership. Medvedev, who also announced his intention to step down, would be appointed to a new position as the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, which is headed by Putin.

That would allow Putin to appoint a new prime minister, potentially signalling whom he favours as a potential successor. It is not clear when the new prime minister will be named, and Putin has asked the current government to stay on until new ministers have been chosen.

Putin presented his amendments to the constitution as a significant change to Russia’s governing document, and called for the first nationwide referendum since 1993 to confirm them. An elections official said within an hour of Putin’s speech that a referendum could be prepared as soon as the proposals to amend the constitution were formalised.

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