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Russian president Vladimir Putin submitted to parliament a package of constitutional amendments widely seen as a step to secure his grip on power well after his current term ends in twenty twenty four he first presented the proposed changes in his state of the nation address Wednesday every last week arguing that they are intended to bolster the role of parliament and strengthen