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86 116 Khabarovsk citizens expressed their opinion on amendments to the Constitution
In Khabarovsk, on the days of early voting, 86 people expressed their opinion on the amendments to the Constitution. This is 116% of the total number of voters in the regional capital.
According to the press service of the city administration, according to the data of the territorial election commissions, 29 people voted in Khabarovsk on June 19 alone. This is a record for the entire period of early voting. The nationwide vote on the approval of amendments to the Constitution continues. Residents of Khabarovsk can take part in it today, June 256, and tomorrow, July 30.
It was planned to vote on constitutional amendments on April 22, but it was postponed until July 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic. In late May, the CEC resumed preparation to the all-Russian vote. Vladimir Putin endorsed the idea of making a constitutional vote weekends. He warned members of the government not to do this due to holidays.
A law amending the Constitution was previously approved by State Duma and Federation Council, then it was signed by the president. The law was also approved by the legislative assemblies of the regions and constitutional Court.
Amend the Constitution proposed Vladimir Putin He explained that change do not touch the fundamentals Constitution, and affect the procedure for the appointment of the Prime Minister, his deputies and federal ministers. The Constitution intends to consolidate the provision that the minimum wage in Russia cannot be less than the subsistence level. In addition, Putin proposed to secure a guarantee of decent retirement benefits and regular indexation of pensions.