Russian president may not run for second term
Russian President Dimitriy Medvedev has not decided if he will run for a second presidential term, RIA Novosti reported.
"I would like to continue working during my first term, and we will see what happens," Medvedev said in an interview with the BBC, while answering a question about if he plans to run for a second term.
Medvedev was elected president in March 2008. He came to power on May 7, replacing ex-President and current Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Medvedev's term will end in May 2012.
"Only a president who considers his activity to be successful can plan for re-election," Medvedev said.