Benny K J added the comment:

Thank you for your response

Yes. There is a python 3.5 that is installed on the system (from apt-get)

benny@whachamacallit:~$ which python3

benny@whachamacallit:~$ python3
Python 3.5.2 (default, Sep 10 2016, 08:21:44) 
[GCC 5.4.0 20160609] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import sys
>>> sys.builtin_module_names
('_ast', '_bisect', '_codecs', '_collections', '_datetime', '_elementtree', 
'_functools', '_heapq', '_imp', '_io', '_locale', '_md5', '_operator', 
'_pickle', '_posixsubprocess', '_random', '_sha1', '_sha256', '_sha512', 
'_signal', '_socket', '_sre', '_stat', '_string', '_struct', '_symtable', 
'_thread', '_tracemalloc', '_warnings', '_weakref', 'array', 'atexit', 
'binascii', 'builtins', 'errno', 'faulthandler', 'fcntl', 'gc', 'grp', 
'itertools', 'marshal', 'math', 'posix', 'pwd', 'pyexpat', 'select', 'spwd', 
'sys', 'syslog', 'time', 'unicodedata', 'xxsubtype', 'zipimport', 'zlib')


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