the people of Russia actively vote on constitutional amendments, among which is the proposal of the so-called zeroing presidential terms of Vladimir Putin. According to the Chairman of the Central election Commission Ella Pamfilova, “six days before the main voting day” (July 1), the turnout was 55,22%.
Voters vote during a pandemic — it was originally planned that the people’s will will take place on 22 April, but as a precaution it was postponed. New date of the plebiscite was called after may, President Putin abolished almost two-month regime of “days off”.
Pamfilova stressed that the organizers of the vote “fully ensured full sanitarno-epidemiological safety of our citizens,” Interfax reports.
According to the head of the CEC, the turnout of 55% demonstrated that people are comfortable to vote for several days. She noted that voters could choose the order of the vote, and his form: using the “Mobile voter,” remotely — in Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region, on the land or outside the premises for voting.
CEC Head said that serious violations in the course of expression was observed.
While the high turnout in Chechnya — they voted more than 84% of voters. The worst vote Murmansk oblast — a little more than 32%.
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