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Russian 'palace coup': Could Putin be ousted from office over Ukraine war?

A new law makes speaking out against the government narrative, and even using the word 'war' to describe the so-called 'special operation,' a criminal offence and subject to up to 15 years in prison

Vladimir Putin, Ukraine, Russia
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Vladimir Putin | Photo: AP

Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom | The Conversation
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine grinds on with no apparent solution through international diplomacy, some commentators are wondering if an end of the conflict could come from Vladimir Putin’s removal from power in Russia.
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First Published: Mar 25 2022 | 1:08 PM IST

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