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Putin will appeal to the Russians after the Victory Parade

Putin will appeal to the Russians after the Victory Parade
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Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to appeal to the Russians on the eve of a vote on constitutional amendments. Presumably he will do it one day after the Victory Day parade on June 24th.

According to Interfax citing a source, in his address, the head of state intends to once again personally explain to citizens the meaning of amendments to the Constitution. Among the possible dates of the performance is considered June 29 and 30.

The president will voice the topic of amendments to the country's Basic Law in an interview for the documentary on the 30th anniversary of the new Russia, which will be shown on June 22. The vote itself is scheduled for July 1, this day will announce weekend.

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