'Gay marriage will not happen as long as i am president' - Russia President, Vladimir Putin vows

President Vladimir Putin has precluded authorizing gay marriage in Russia.

Talking on Thursday in Kremlin, where he met a state commission to examine the progressions to Russia's constitution, the 67-year-old opposed permitting the customary thought of mother and father to be 'subverted' by what he called "parent number 1" and "parent number 2".

"To the extent 'parent number 1' and 'parent number 2' goes, I've just spoken openly about this and I'll rehash it: insofar as I'm president this won't occur. There will be father and mum," Putin said.

A month ago, Dmitry Medvedev, the head administrator of Russia and the whole Russian government surrendered after President Vladimir Putin proposed a protected change that would permit him to stay in power inconclusively.

While tending to his parliament around then, Putin proposed a choice on changing Russia's constitution to expand the forces of parliament while keeping up a solid presidential framework.

I consider it necessary to conduct a vote by the country's citizens on an entire package of proposed amendments to the country's constitution," Putin said. 

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