For 28-year old pro-Kremlin activist Yegor Litvinenko Russian President Vladimir Putin is “perfect” to the point where a future without Russia’s strongman is almost unthinkable – after all, he has known no other leader in his living memory.
Mr Putin has been in charge at the Kremlin, one way or another, for the last 20 years and constitutionally he is not allowed to seek re-election when his current term expires in four years’ time.
“It’s a shame he can’t run again,” the smartly dressed deputy chairman of the Kremlin party’s youth wing told The Telegraph in an interview at their trendy loft office. “His behaviour and attitude to people are impeccable.”
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