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Putin cadang pungutan suara pinda Perlembagaan Russia



MOSCOW: Presiden Russia, Vladimir Putin, mencadangkan satu pungutan suara diadakan untuk meminda Perlembagaan negara bagi meningkatkan lagi kuasa Parlimen bagi memperkukuhkan sistem presidennya.

“Saya merasakan ada keperluan melaksanakan undian dalam kalangan rakyat berhubung cadangan meminta Perlembagaan negara.

“Kita mampu membina kemakmuran Russia dengan menghormati pandangan orang awam. Kita mampu mengubah kehidupan ke arah lebih baik,” katanya dalam ucapan tahunan kepada penggubal undang-undang, tanpa menetapkan tarikh bila undian itu diadakan.

Putin berkata, penambahan kuasa Parlimen menjadikan penggubal undang-undang negara itu bertanggungjawab memilih Perdana Menteri dan anggota Kabinet kanan.

“Langkah ini akan meningkatkan lagi peranan Parlimen negara ini,” katanya.

Menerusi langkah itu juga, Presiden tidak mempunyai kuasa untuk menolak cadangan dikemukakan sebagai calon, namun beliau berkata, Presiden boleh memecat Perdana Menteri dan anggota Kabinet kanan terbabit.

“Russia perlu kekal kuat sebagai sebuah republik. Peranan gabenor juga akan diperkasakan,” katanya.

Putin turut mencadangkan klausa mengehadkan tempoh jawatan Presiden untuk dua penggal berturut-turut boleh diubah, namun tidak menyatakan bagaimana ia boleh dilakukan.

Kali terakhir Russia mengadakan pungutan suara adalah pada tahun 1993 ketika mengguna pakai Perlembagaan di bawah pimpinan Boris Yeltsin. - AFP

 
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MOSCOW: Presiden Russia, Vladimir Putin, semalam memberi bayangan beliau mungkin akan bertanding dalam pemilihan Presiden 2024 andai Mahkamah Perlembagaan meluluskannya, lapor agensi berita Xinhua.

Pindaan perlembagaan sedang dibahaskan untuk bacaan kali kedua di Duma (Dewan Rakyat).

Ahli Parlimen, Valentina Tereshkova, mencadangkan perubahan ke atas klausa mengehadkan tempoh jawatan Presiden yang sekarang ini terhad untuk dua penggal berturut-turut. - BERNAMA


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Russian govt quits after Putin calls for constitutional shake-up

PM Medvedev will be appointed the new deputy head of Russia's influential Security Council. [Dmitry Astakhov/Pool/Reuters]

The entire Russian government resigned on Wednesday after President Vladimir Putin said a range of constitutional changes were needed.

Putin, in his annual address to Parliament, proposed a referendum on amending Russia's constitution to increase the powers of parliament - while maintaining a strong presidential system.

"I consider it necessary to conduct a vote by the country's citizens on an entire package of proposed amendments to the country's constitution," Putin said, without specifying any date for a vote.

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who tendered his resignation to Putin, will be appointed the new deputy head of Russia's influential Security Council.

"This is to show that Putin trusts Medvedev, who has been at his side for many years now," said Aleksandra Godfroid, a journalist in Moscow.


Putin's comments, at the Russian equivalent of the US State of the Union address, came as observers watched for clues as to how he might reform the political system before 2024 when his current presidential term ends and the constitution requires him to step down. He will be aged 71 at that time.

He called for a boost to the powers of parliament, making legislators responsible for choosing the prime minister and senior cabinet members.

In resigning, "Medvedev said that, in view of the significant changes that will take place, he feels the president should be given the opportunity to go through with these changes through with the type of government that he chooses," Godfroid told Al Jazeera.

The current government will have to continue its work until Putin hand-picks a new one to oversee the constitutional changes to Russia's systems and structures of power.

"The proposed changes to the constitution imply the government will actually be appointed by the Russian parliament, which is not how it is now, but at the same time, the president will retain the power to fire the government if he is not satisfied with their performance. The president will also keep control of the army, police and security, and will be appointing the heads of those services," said Godfroid.

"We will be able to build a strong prosperous Russia only on the basis of respect for public opinion," Putin told members of parliament on Wednesday.

"Together we will certainly change life for the better."


Putin steered away from any significant foreign policy announcements, sticking to domestic issues for the most part.

The role of governors would also be enhanced, he said, though Russia would maintain its presidential system.

"Russia must remain a strong presidential republic," Putin said.

He also said he wanted to tighten the criteria for anyone wanting to become president - anyone wishing to become president must have lived in Russia for the past 25 years, said Putin.

The latest constitutional changes could herald Putin's intention to shift into a new position to stay at the helm after his term expires.

"These changes do indicate a change in power structures, but at the same time, they do keep the president very strong," said Godfroid.

Russia last conducted a referendum in 1993 when it adopted the current constitution under Putin's predecessor, Boris Yeltsin.


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Russian govt quits after Putin calls for constitutional shake-up

PM Medvedev will be appointed the new deputy head of Russia's influential Security Council. [Dmitry Astakhov/Pool/Reuters]

The entire Russian government resigned on Wednesday after President Vladimir Putin said a range of constitutional changes were needed.

Putin, in his annual address to Parliament, proposed a referendum on amending Russia's constitution to increase the powers of parliament - while maintaining a strong presidential system.

"I consider it necessary to conduct a vote by the country's citizens on an entire package of proposed amendments to the country's constitution," Putin said, without specifying any date for a vote.

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, who tendered his resignation to Putin, will be appointed the new deputy head of Russia's influential Security Council.

"This is to show that Putin trusts Medvedev, who has been at his side for many years now," said Aleksandra Godfroid, a journalist in Moscow.


Putin's comments, at the Russian equivalent of the US State of the Union address, came as observers watched for clues as to how he might reform the political system before 2024 when his current presidential term ends and the constitution requires him to step down. He will be aged 71 at that time.

He called for a boost to the powers of parliament, making legislators responsible for choosing the prime minister and senior cabinet members.

In resigning, "Medvedev said that, in view of the significant changes that will take place, he feels the president should be given the opportunity to go through with these changes through with the type of government that he chooses," Godfroid told Al Jazeera.

The current government will have to continue its work until Putin hand-picks a new one to oversee the constitutional changes to Russia's systems and structures of power.

"The proposed changes to the constitution imply the government will actually be appointed by the Russian parliament, which is not how it is now, but at the same time, the president will retain the power to fire the government if he is not satisfied with their performance. The president will also keep control of the army, police and security, and will be appointing the heads of those services," said Godfroid.

"We will be able to build a strong prosperous Russia only on the basis of respect for public opinion," Putin told members of parliament on Wednesday.

"Together we will certainly change life for the better."


Putin steered away from any significant foreign policy announcements, sticking to domestic issues for the most part.

The role of governors would also be enhanced, he said, though Russia would maintain its presidential system.

"Russia must remain a strong presidential republic," Putin said.

He also said he wanted to tighten the criteria for anyone wanting to become president - anyone wishing to become president must have lived in Russia for the past 25 years, said Putin.

The latest constitutional changes could herald Putin's intention to shift into a new position to stay at the helm after his term expires.

"These changes do indicate a change in power structures, but at the same time, they do keep the president very strong," said Godfroid.

Russia last conducted a referendum in 1993 when it adopted the current constitution under Putin's predecessor, Boris Yeltsin.

 

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Putin lantik pengarah agensi cukai sebagai Perdana Menteri


Presiden, Vladimir Putin (kanan) menghadiri mesyuarat bersama ketua pengarah agensi cukai, Mikhail Mishustin di Moscow, Russia. - Foto REUTERS

MOSCOW: Presiden Russia, Vladimir Putin, mengumumkan pelantikan ketua pengarah agensi cukai, Mikhail Mishustin sebagai perdana menteri serta mencadangkan pindaan perlembagaan.

Putin semalam mengumumkan pindaan itu akan menyebabkan berlaku perubahan antaranya memberikan lebih banyak kuasa kepada parlimen, termasuk dalam soal pemilihan perdana menteri dan anggota kabinet berbanding sistem sedia ada yang lebih tertumpu kepada kuasa presiden.

Ahli parlimen negara itu dijangka bertemu Khamis ini bagi memperakukan pelantikan Mishustin sebagai perdana menteri Russia yang baharu.

Perubahan pentadbiran kerajaan ini menimbulkan pelbagai spekulasi khususnya kesan terhadap sistem politik Russia dan kemungkinan langkah itu akan membolehkan Putin terus kekal sebagai Presiden selepas tempoh maksimum empat penggalnya berakhir pada 2024.

Putin dalam pengumuman itu berkata, rakyat pada masa kini ingin melihat perubahan dilaksanakan.

“Kita mampu membina negara yang kuat dan harmoni sekiranya meletakkan pandangan rakyat sebagai asas dan keutamaan,” kata pemimpin berusia 67 tahun itu.

Beberapa jam selepas pengumuman itu dibuat, Putin dan Perdana Menteri Russia, Dmitry Medvedev muncul dalam siaran televisyen nasional negara itu bagi memaklumkan peletakan jawatannya dan seluruh Kabinet.

Medvedev berkata, perubahan dalam perlembagaan Russia itu akan membawa impak yang besar khususnya berkaitan keseimbangan kuasa dalam kerajaan. - AFP
 

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Russian President Vladimir Putin proposes sweeping constitutional changes
 
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