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Putin supported by majority of Russians but could have rivals within his ranks

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President Putin appears to have the support of everyday Russians but some analysts suggest that his biggest rivals could be those closest to him

Added on the 30/08/2023 06:00:57 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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