Press review: Putin lays out sweeping constitutional reform and WADA to face legal battle

Source: TASS - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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100% Liberal


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Policies:

Government Spending
European Union
Government Regulation
Eminent Domain
Government Interference

Sentiments

94% "What's more, the EU is still waiting for an approval from the Islamic Republic to conduct the first transaction.""
87% "There is no reason for this either in the president's message or in his speech at a meeting with members of the working group ..."
84% "Meanwhile, the powers of the Federation Council are also changing.""
82% "Berlin and Paris call for maintaining the existing nuclear deal with Iran, and not concluding a new one, as Washington insists, the ruling coalition ..."
81% "That being said, Article 11 of the Constitution establishes that state power in the Russian Federation is exercised by the president, the Federal Assembly, ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

94% : What's more, the EU is still waiting for an approval from the Islamic Republic to conduct the first transaction.
87% : "There is no reason for this either in the president's message or in his speech at a meeting with members of the working group preparing the amendments," he said.
84% : Meanwhile, the powers of the Federation Council are also changing.
82% : Berlin and Paris call for maintaining the existing nuclear deal with Iran, and not concluding a new one, as Washington insists, the ruling coalition of Germany and the French Foreign Ministry told Izvestia.
81% : That being said, Article 11 of the Constitution establishes that state power in the Russian Federation is exercised by the president, the Federal Assembly, the government and the courts and that remains unchanged.

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