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The deputy in Yakutia passed the mandate due to disagreement with the amendments to the Constitution

The deputy in Yakutia passed the mandate due to disagreement with the amendments to the Constitution
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The deputy of the State Assembly of Yakutia Sulustan Myraan resigned after her colleagues voted in favor of amendments to the Constitution. The parliamentarian was the only one opposed.

Agency "Yakutia.Info" Sulustana Myraan said that she considers the amendments proposed by President Putin illegitimate. She also said that when discussing the amendments, the deputies were not given the floor.

“I have nothing more to do here. I do not want and I will not dishonor my gray hairs, ”concluded Mulan, Sulustana.

All Legislative Assemblies in Russia supported the proposed amendments. In the Far East, few spoke out against changes to the country's fundamental law: apart from Sulustana Myraan, two deputies in Buryatia and one each in Transbaikalia, Sakhalin, and the Khabarovsk Territory did not support the amendments.

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