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Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin on Wednesday, July 1, voted for amendments to the Constitution and commented on his choice of words about the future of the country. About it reports TASS.
The head of government came at the capital’s polling station No. 90, which is located approximately 300 metres from the government House.
“Today we define the future of Russia. I voted for economic and social development of our country, for the preservation of its history, traditions and values,” he said.
Informed participation in voting on amendments was received by President Vladimir Putin. Earlier, he urged citizens to vote, and assured that any changes can be made to the basic law of the country only with their approval.
A nationwide vote began on 25 June and will continue until July 1, inclusive, which will be for the Russians off. Among the proposed amendments is the right of the incumbent President be re-elected for a new term, the priority of Russian laws over international.
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