* Putin says shares "joint programme" with Medvedev * Putin says Russia not building 'state capitalism' * Putin refuses to say whether he will run in 2012 (Adds details, comments, changes headline, recasts) By Gleb Bryanski PARIS, June 21 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin dismissed speculation of a rift with President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday, saying he and his protege shared a "joint programme" for Russia's development. When asked about Medvedev's pledge to reduce the ...
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