Russian President Vladimir Putin will participate in informing the Russians about the nature of the amendments to the Constitution prior to voting on 1 July. This is reported by “Vedomosti”, citing a source close to the presidential administration.
“Better it is still one the amendments would not explain, he is the main leader of public opinion,” said the source.
According to the publication, assumes a direct appeal of the President to the citizens, but it is unclear whether it is before the vote or after.
Also in June, Putin will hold a series of meetings, which will discuss amendments to the Constitution and the vote. This was told by two people close to the presidential administration, and confirmed the Federal official. Such meetings have already begun.
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. New date for this event is “determined by a separate decree of the President of the Russian Federation”. On the national ballot submitted one question: “do You approve the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation?”.
Then Putin signed a decree on holding of voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation on 1 July.
One of the amendments, which allows Putin to be elected for a new presidential term, caused a public outcry. There are petitions that have opposed such changes.
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