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Claims against July 1 decree filed with Supreme Court

Claims against July 1 decree filed with Supreme Court
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The administrative lawsuit, which disputes the presidential decree on holding a vote on 1 July to amend the Constitution, was filed with the Supreme Court of Russia. Its author was Gennady Rudyak, and the defendant was Vladimir Putin.

As the Interfax, after studying the claim, the judge will decide whether to accept it for production. The Supreme Court on June 10 already refused to accept a similar statement of claim filed by Viktor Meshcherinov.

A vote on constitutional amendments will be held on July 1.Early voting has already begun in the regions, including the Far East. It can be held 20 days before the day of universal suffrage. 

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