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Russian President Vladimir Putin may vote for amendments to the Constitution as one of the seven days allotted for voting. While the President plans to do it in person, not remotely. Putin’s plans revealed, the official Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS on Wednesday, June 10.
The vote will take place at the polling stations on 1 July and within six days prior to that date on the grounds outdoors. At all stations the voters will measure the temperature.
To introduce changes to the basic law, the Russian leader suggested in January during his address to the Federal Assembly. The bill, the state Duma adopted on March 11. On the same day it was approved by the Federation Council.
Originally the vote was scheduled for 22 April, but was postponed because of the pandemic coronavirus. The President noted that the health of citizens a priority. After the improvement of the epidemiological situation in Russia, Putin announced a new date and urged Russians to take to the voting active participation.
Among the 400 proposed amendments, the priority of Russian laws over international, as well as the right of Putin to run again for the presidency.
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