Russians Wrap Up Vote On Constitutional Changes That Open Way For Putin To Stay In Power Until 2036.

Russians are voting in a national plebiscite that is expected to endorse a raft of constitutional amendments that would enable President Vladimir Putin to seek two more terms and potentially remain in office until 2036.

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