Vladimir Putinto: Dmitry Azarov / Kommersant
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin considers that the second reading of the bill on amendments to the Constitution can be postponed. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
According to the head of the state, such a step can go in order to have parliamentarians had the opportunity to consider all proposed amendments to the Basic law. To delay this process, Putin said.
“We do not limit. We’re not in a hurry, so a second reading can be a little postpone to ask colleagues. Tighten do not just forever,” the President said at a meeting with the working group on amendments to the Constitution.
Earlier, on 13 February, Putin said that the vote on the amendments to the Constitution should go on a weekday, which is output. The head of state noted that the output must not be declared due to the holidays — may the new year.
Putin announces changes in the Basic law during his address to the Federal Assembly on 15 January. Following the event, set up a working group to discuss initiatives of the President, which included about 70 people. According to the President, the amendments which he proposed, “just dictated life.” He noted that all the initiatives will be put to a nationwide vote.
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