Russian President Vladimir Putin won an avalanche re-race triumph on Sunday, expanding his govern over the world’s biggest nation for an additional six years when his ties with the West are on a threatening direction. Putin’s triumph will take his political strength of Russia to about a fourth of a century, until the point when 2024, by which time he will be 71. Just Soviet despot Josef Stalin ruled for more. Putin has guaranteed to utilize his new term to augment Russia’s safeguards against the West and to raise expectations for everyday comforts.
In a broadly expected result, the Central Election Commission, with a little more than 70 percent of the votes checked, reported that Putin, who has commanded the political scene throughout the previous 18 years, had won 75.9 percent of the vote.