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Putin addressed citizens before voting on the Constitution

Putin addressed citizens before voting on the Constitution
Photo by: kremlin.ru

Vladimir Putin addressed the citizens of Russia before the opening of the Rzhev Memorial to Soviet soldiers. He urged residents to vote on constitutional amendments and noted the importance of everyone’s vote.

“Once again, I will indicate my position. It is clear, unchanging and absolutely firm: the updated text of the Constitution, those proposed amendments will come into force only with your approval, with your support, ”Putin said.

 

The main day of the all-Russian vote on amendments will be held on July 1. At the same time, early voting took place in Russia for several days.

Amendment proposed by Vladimir Putin. It was originally planned to vote on April 22, but it was postponed until July 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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. Now it's up to the citizens of Russia.

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