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For a generation of young Russians, Vladmir Putin is the only president they’ve ever known.

And after the country’s entire government made the surprise decision to resign, Putin’s stay in power could last even longer.

The Russian leader is due to stand down in 2024 when his current forth term comes to an end – but the sweeping constitutional changes he’s proposing could put an end to that.

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