Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term

Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term
Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term (Image: X@mfa_russia)
Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term
Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term (Image: X@mfa_russia)

Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term

Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term

Putin Sworn in for Fifth Presidential Term

Key Points:

  1. Inauguration Ceremony: Vladimir Putin took oath for a record fifth presidential term at an inauguration ceremony held in Kremlin, formally assuming office for another six-year term.
  2. Symbolic Handover: After taking the oath, Putin received symbols of presidential power, including the golden cross of St. George and a gold chain inscribed with the words “Virtue, Honesty, and Glory.”
  3. Continued Leadership: Putin’s reelection in March marked his fifth presidential term, with his first two terms lasting four years each. Constitutional amendments extended the presidential term to six years. Putin secured 87.17% of the votes in the election.

Vladimir Putin took oath for his fifth presidential term at the Kremlin, marking the start of another six-year tenure.

Putin received symbols of power, including the golden cross of St. George, in a ceremonial handover after the oath-taking.

His reelection in March solidified his leadership, with constitutional amendments allowing him to run for president in 2024.

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