8 December 2003 By Lee RawlesMOSCOW, Russia–When all the votes cast in parliamentary elections are counted, President Vladimir Putin will have what he said he wanted: a consolidated Duma which will almost certainly provide strong support for the president. Putin can now look forward to a second term in office in which he would enjoy […]

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