Vladimir Putin wins fourth term as Russian president

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Winning over 70% of the vote.

news.sky.com/story/vladimir-putin-wins-fourth-term-as-russian-president-with-landslide-vote-exit-poll-11296168
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excellent I'm sure he'll do a wonderful job
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Well. There's a shock.
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Who'd have thought
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I am so shocked... Who'd have thought this would happen?!?!
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I bet @Napp is celebrating (for his life) with his Russian friends.
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That was about as predictable as death and taxes.
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https://media.thetab.com/blogs.dir/9...17/05/happ.gif
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Massive swing from Putin to more Putin.
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I bet @Napp is celebrating (for his life) with his Russian friends.
Considering the opposing parties where a bunch of nobody's and reality tv stars i'm rather pleased with this yes, thank you

But then again we dont all possess your ignorance of Russian political matters so what can i say :rolleyes:
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the main opposition is the communist party

now thats what you should save your surprise and shock for.

no wonder people vote for putin everytime.
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