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CEC: Far East supported constitutional amendments

CEC: Far East supported constitutional amendments
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Most residents of the Far East supported the constitutional amendments. Such data are provided by the Central Election Commission based on the results of processing 100% of ballots in the Far Eastern Federal District.

In the Amur Region, 70,42% of the voters voted in favor of the amendments, 28,25% - against. Almost the same results were found in Buryatia: 71,95% “for” and 26,49% “against”.

In Jewish autonomy, 77,3% of voters approved the amendments, 61,76% in the Kamchatka region, 62,03% of the voters supported the changes in the Magadan region, and 78,86% in the Primorsky region.

Amendments to the basic law of the country in the Sakhalin Region were supported by 74,84% of those who came to polling stations, in the Khabarovsk Territory - 62,28%. The highest indicator of approval in the Far Eastern Federal District was in Chukotka - 80,3% of residents voted for amendments to the Constitution there. Least of all in the Far East, changes were supported in Yakutia - 58,34%.

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