Filed suit to invalidate the decree of Putin about voting on the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

Deputies of the Moscow city Duma Eugene Stupin, Oleg Sheremet, a political scientist Valery Solovey and lawyer Sergey Bocharov filed in the Supreme court of Russia the claim with the requirement to recognize invalid the decree of Vladimir Putin on the appointment of voting on amendments to the Constitution on 1 July. About it said one of the initiators of the claim of Eugene Stupin on his page in Facebook.

“I confirm that I, my colleague Oleg Sheremetiev and political scientist Valery Solovey, lawyer Sergei Bocharov filed a lawsuit to invalidate the decree of Putin about voting on the amendments on 1 July. Reason: dying every day dozens, sometimes hundreds of people from the undefeated of the virus. To vote in such circumstances is a crime. The cancellation of Putin’s decree will save a life,” said Stupin.

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