Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to appeal to the Russians on the eve of day of voting on amendments to the Constitution. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to two informed sources.
“the President plans to appeal to the citizens to once again personally to clarify the meaning of amendments to the Constitution. It will happen one day after the Victory Parade on 24 June,” — said the source.
According to another source, “among the possible dates is considered on 29 and 30 June and the days immediately preceding the date of the ballot”.
Meanwhile, Moscow police are verifying information published in the Internet about possible fraud attempts in the framework of the nationwide vote on the issue of approval of amendments to the Constitution.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on postponement of the nationwide vote on the issue of approval of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation from April 22, for an indefinite date in connection with the coronavirus. Putin then signed the decree on holding of voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation on 1 July.
On the national ballot submitted one question: “do You approve the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation?”. One of the amendments, which allows Putin to be elected for a new presidential term, caused a public outcry.
Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that Putin will hold this year’s full-length “straight line”, but after the vote on the amendments to the Constitution.
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