Russian President Vladimir Putin pushed a bill to bring the legislation on elections and referendum in line with the amendments to the Constitution. In particular, the document says about zeroing the presidential terms for the head of the kingdom.
The law “On the elections of the President of Russia” states that the head of the kingdom does not have the right to be a person whom he had twice portrayed as president. However, this measure does not apply to the head of the kingdom, who held the post at the time of the entry into force of the amendments to the Russian Constitution.
A citizen of at least 35 years old can become the President of Russia, he must have lived in Russia for at least 25 years completely. This snout should not have a different citizenship or appearance for residence in a foreign kingdom, as well as another document entitling the left to live outside of Russia.
The law does not apply to people who were citizens of another country, if this power was met with Russia. The same applies to the part of the kingdom met with in the Russian Federation.
On March 31, the Federation Council approved the law on zeroing the terms of the President of Russia… The government supported the bill back in December 2020.