The Russian President sees Russia as a competitive and sustainable economy, with well-developed social and political system, is flexible to changes within and around her.
MOSCOW, 29 sen. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin said that the period of his stay in power will not go against the Constitution, but he was not sure that would exercise a constitutional right: it will depend on the specific situation in the country, the world and his own moods.
“How long, depends on two circumstances. First, of course, there are rules as stipulated by the Constitution, and they will not be violated on my part. But I’m not sure if I should make full use of these constitutional rights. It will depend on the specific situation in the country, in the world and from my own sentiment,” said Putin in an interview with American journalist Charlie rose asked how long wanted to stay in power.
To the question of what he would like to see Russia, the President said: “Russia must be efficient, competitive and sustainable economy, with well-developed social and political system, is flexible to changes within the country and around it”. He stressed that Russia should be able to protect their interests and to influence those processes that are of importance.
“I wish Russia was as I now described it. That is the main reason my desire. And people here were happy, and our partners around the world wanted and would strive to develop relations with Russia”, — Putin said.