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They want to hold a parade and vote on the Constitution in one day

They want to hold a parade and vote on the Constitution in one day
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The Kremlin is considering the possibility of holding a Victory Day parade and voting on constitutional amendments in one day. The main date is considered June 24.

As the RBC citing sources, the Victory Parade is proposed to be held on June 24, since the parade took place on that day in 1945. As an alternative for voting on the Constitution, dates are considered in early July, for the Victory Parade - September 3.

They want to hold a parade and vote on the same day, so that it becomes a weekend and a celebration. If this is a regular working day, then people will not have the feeling of a holiday. The final decision will be made based on the epidemiological situation.

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