April 5th local time, Russian President Putin signed a bill on the presidency. According to the bill, President Putin can be re-elected twice after the end of his current term. At present, the bill has been published on the Russian Jurisprudence Information Network.
In 2020, Russia made changes to the constitution, and a series of new bills were formulated based on the results of the amendment. One of the bills allows the current head of state to serve as president for two more terms. On March 31, the Council of the Russian Federation (Upper House) adopted the bill on second reading.
According to Russian media reports, after being re-elected as the Russian president in 2012, he was re-elected in 2018. His current term of office will end in 2024. Under the bill just passed, Putin could continue to run in the presidential election in 2024, and if he won consecutive elections, he might be re-elected until 2036.