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Putin created a working group to amend the Constitution

Putin created a working group to amend the Constitution
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has created a working group to prepare proposals for amendments to the Constitution. Already today he will hold a meeting with members of this group.

The meeting will be introductory, and the president will hold the first workshop on January 17. The working group was co-chaired by the head of the constitutional committee of the Federation Council, Andrei Klishas, ​​the head of the State Duma committee on state building and legislation, Pavel Krasheninnikov, as well as an academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of Taliya Khabrieva. In total, the group includes 75 people.

In a message to the Federal Assembly, Putin said that the Constitution should take precedence over international law. He suggested making changes to it and voting for the Russians for them.

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