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The date of voting on amendments to the Constitution may be postponed

The date of voting on amendments to the Constitution may be postponed
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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the date of voting for constitutional amendments. However, the possibility of canceling the referendum due to the coronavirus is not ruled out.

Putin by his decree approved the holding of the referendum on April 22. This day will be declared a day off. The Russians will be asked to answer only one question: "Do you approve of changes to the Constitution of the Russian Federation?"

Moreover, according to the information “Merchant”, The president allowed a possible postponement of the vote because of the threat of the spread of the coronavirus.

Last week, a law amending the Constitution was approved by State Duma and Federation Council, then signed by Vladimir Putin. The law was approved by the legislative assemblies of the regions, as well as constitutional Court. He gave the green light to amendments, including the initiative regarding the nullification of Putin's presidential terms

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