Russia election: What do young Russians think of Putin?

Nikita Pavlov is six days too young to vote in Russia's presidential election on 18 March.
"It doesn't matter, I wouldn't have voted anyway," he says. "This is the election with no choice."
Nikita lives in Nizhny Novgorod, a central Russian city of one million inhabitants.
He wants to study in Moscow and in a few months he will find out if his grades are good enough.
"There's no prospect for me here," he says.
"A job in an office for 50,000 roubles (£633; $880) a month is the best I can hope for in this town."
After finishing school, many young... read more

 
14 March 2018 in World News, Views: 126
Source: BBC
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