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Medvedev, Former President In Putin's Shadow, Resigns As Prime Minister

Dmitry Medvedev resigned as Russian prime minister on January 15, shortly after President Vladimir Putin announced broad changes to the constitution in his annual state-of-the-nation speech. Medvedev had also served as Russian president, but was widely considered to be part of a "ruling tandem" with Putin.

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