|Preses o Roushie|
7 Mey 2012
|Prime Meenister||Viktor Zubkov
|Precedit bi||Dmitry Medvedev|
7 Mey 2000 – 7 Mey 2008
Acting: 31 December 1999 – 7 Mey 2000
|Prime Meenister||Mikhail Kasyanov
|Precedit bi||Boris Yeltsin|
|Succeeded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
|Prime Meenister o Roushie|
8 Mey 2008 – 7 Mey 2012
|Precedit bi||Viktor Zubkov|
|Succeeded by||Viktor Zubkov|
9 August 1999 – 7 Mey 2000
Acting: 9 August 1999 – 16 August 1999
|Precedit bi||Sergei Stepashin|
|Succeeded by||Mikhail Kasyanov|
|Leader o Unitit Roushie|
1 Januar 2008 – 30 Mey 2012
|Precedit bi||Boris Gryzlov|
|Succeeded by||Dmitry Medvedev|
|Director o the Federal Security Service|
25 Julie 1998 – 29 Mairch 1999
|Precedit bi||Nikolay Kovalyov|
|Succeeded by||Nikolai Patrushev|
|Born||Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
7 October 1952
Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Poleetical pairty||Communist Pairty o the Soviet Union (1975-1991)
Oor Home-Roushie (1995–1999)
Independent (1991–1995; 2001–2008)
Unitit Roushie (2008–present)
|Fowk's Front for Roushie (2011–present)|
|Spoose(s)||Lyudmila Putina (m. 1983–2013)|
|Alma mater||Leningrad State Varsity|
|Years o service||1975–1991|
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin (Roushie: Влади́мир Влади́мирович Пу́тин; born 7 October 1952) is a Roushie politeecian who is the current seicont Preses o the Roushie Federation an wis the Prime Meenister o Roushie, as well as chairman o Unitit Roushie an Chairman o the Cooncil o Meenisters o the Union State. He became actin Preses on 31 December 1999, when preses Boris Yeltsin resigned in a surprisin muive. Putin wan the 2000 presidential election an in 2004 he wis re-elected for a seicont term lastin till 7 Mey 2008. He wis reelected in 2012.
For 16 years Putin wis an officer in the KGB, risin tae the rank o Lieutenant Colonel afore he retired tae enter politics in his native Saunt Petersburg in 1991. He moved tae Moscow in 1996 an jyned Preses Boris Yeltsin's admeenistration whaur he rose quickly, acomin Actin Preses on 31 December 1999 when Yeltsin unexpectedly resigned. Putin won the subsequent 2000 presidential election, despite widespread accusations o vote-riggin, an wis reelectit in 2004. Acause o constitutionally mandatit term limits, Putin wis ineligible tae run for a third consecutive presidential term in 2008. Dmitry Medvedev won the 2008 presidential election an appyntit Putin as Prime Meenister, beginnin a period o so-called "tandemocracy". In September 2011, follaein a chynge in the law extendin the presidential term frae fower years tae six, Putin annoonced that he would seek a third, non-consecutive term as President in the 2012 presidential election, an announcement which led tae lairge-scale protests in mony Roushie ceeties. In Mairch 2012 he won the election, which was criticized for procedural irregularities, an is servin a sax-year term.
Mony o Putin's actions are regardit bi the domestic opposeetion an foreign observers as undemocratic. The 2011 Democracy Index statit that Roushie wis in "a lang process o regression [that] culminatit in a move frae a hybrid tae an authoritarian regime" in view o Putin's candidacy an flawed pairlamentary elections. In 2014, Roushie wis temporarily suspendit frae the G8 group as a result o its annexation o Crimea.
During Putin's first premiership an presidency (1999–2008) real incomes in Roushie rose bi a factor o 2.5, while real wages mair than tripled; unemployment an poverty mair nor halved. Roushies' self-assessed life satisfaction an aa rose signeeficantly. Putin's first presidency wis marked bi heich economic growth: the Roushie economy grew for aicht straicht years, seein GDP increase bi 72% in PPP (as for nominal GDP, 600%). This growth wis a combined result o the 2000s commodities boom, heich ile prices, as well as prudent economic an fiscal policies.
As Roushie's preses, Putin an the Federal Assembly passed intae law a flat income tax o 13%, a reduced profits tax, an new land an legal codes. As Prime Meenister, Putin owersaw lairge-scale militar an polis reform. His energy policy has affirmed Roushie's poseetion as an energy superpouer. Putin supportit heich-tech industries such as the nuclear an defence industries. A rise in foreign investment contreibutit tae a boom in such sectors as the automotive industry. However, caipital investment recently dropped 2.5% acause o the crisis in Ukraine accordin tae forecasts bi economists frae the IMF.
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