Vladimir Putin has declared victory in Russia's presidential elections, returning for a third term after spending the last four years as the country's PM.
But opposition groups have reported widespread fraud in these presidential elections, including ballot stuffing, as well as undercover organized groups of "Putin supporters" voting more than once. Putin, an ex KGB spy, was barred by the Russian constitution from serving more than 2 consecutive terms in 2008, so he chose Dmitry Medvedev to serve one presidential term as a puppet president, and came back these elections to legally serve two more consecutive terms till 2024. Besides already extending presidential term from 4 years to 6 years in Russia's constitution, Russian
duma, controlled by Putin's "United Russia" party, plans to amend the constitution further and drop the "two consecutive terms" restriction - to clear the way for Putin to be president for life.
Show how (lifetime) President Putin may look in his next presidential terms, in 2018, 2024, 2030, and so on...