Putin Secures Six More Years as Russian President

Monday, March 05, 2012

Vladamir Putin secured six more years as President of Russia after yesterday's presidential election. Putin, who served as president from 2000-2008, received more than 63 percent of the country's vote. Questions remain, however, about the fairness of yesterday's vote. The head of the major international election observer mission in Russia says there were "serious problems" in the vote, reports the AP.

Ellen Barry is the Moscow bureau chief for our partner The New York Times.


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