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Russian President Vladimir Putin will award a number of citizens work for the organization and conduct of voting on amendments to the Constitution. On Tuesday, July 28, according to RBC with reference to close to the Kremlin sources.
According to the interlocutor of the edition, in the list of recipients will include officials of the presidential administration, representatives of the regions of the Russian popular front, members of the CEC “United Russia”, as well as cultural figures.
When it will be awarded state awards, are not reported.
On 9 July, Putin said that the vote on the amendments was organized at the highest democratic level. According to him, the work on technological and epidemiological levels were perfect during the entire plebiscite.
Nationwide voting took place from 25 June to 1 July inclusive. The turnout was about 65 percent. For amendments to the basic law voted 77.92 percent of citizens 21.27 percent opposed. For the first time about the need to amend the document adopted in 1993, the President said in January during his address to the Federal Assembly.
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