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CEC will check whether state employees are forced to vote forcibly

CEC will check whether state employees are forced to vote forcibly
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The Central Election Commission intends to check all reports of coercion of state employees to vote on amendments to the Constitution. This was stated by the head of the department Ella Pamfilova. 

According to TASS, several of these messages have already been verified. So far, none of them has found confirmation. The CEC is skeptical of the anonymous applicant. In some cases, the description refers to non-existent departments and departments.

The official voting day is scheduled for July 1. is he announced weekend. In the regions of the Far East with 10 June The procedure for early voting for those who are in remote areas has begun.

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