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Russian MPs back constitutional amendments in key reading


Images show Russian lawmakers voting in the Lower House of the Russian Parliament before the approval of Vladimir Putin's package of constitutional amendments during a key second reading. The amendments include the possibility that Vladimir Putin could run again for Russian president. A total of 382 MPs voted for the package of changes to the constitution, with 44 abstaining. IMAGES

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