Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday will make a televised address to the nation. Warned about this by the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. According to him, reports “Interfax”, the appeal will be “roughly closer to two o’clock”.
Informed sources reported that Putin intends to make a televised address on the eve of the main day of voting on amendments to the Constitution.
Recall, the vote on the constitutional amendments scheduled for 1 July, it is also within six days prior to that date. It was during these six days you can vote electronically. With the initiative about carrying out of voting on amendments in January this year was made by the Russian President during his address to the Federal Assembly. After discussion of the amendments by the working group the state Duma on 11 March adopted a presidential bill in the final reading. On the same day it was approved by the Federation Council, then the document is supported by the legislative assemblies of all subjects of the Russian Federation. The results of this review, 14 March, the upper house of Parliament adopted a resolution and sent it to the President.
Putin has signed a decree and appointed a date for a vote on April 22, however, in connection with the pandemic coronavirus President in a televised address to the citizens on 25 March said that the vote should be postponed.
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