In Israel, the Russian Yael Ilinski managed to three times to participate in voting on amendments to the Constitution. About this June 28, she said “MBH media” .
The woman took part in electronic voting, and then voted at the Russian Embassy in tel Aviv and the Consulate in Haifa. According to her, none of the consulates do not ask, was whether you’re on electronic voting, and did not check.
She also noted that her daughter who has no right to vote because she is a minor, also were able to take part in it. Her age did not check at the Consulate in Haifa, but checked in tel Aviv.
This is not the first case when Russians several times to vote for the amendment. On 25 June the journalist Pavel Lobkov, as an experiment, tried to vote twice – online and on the site – and he did it, said “Rain”. The journalist reported that after application on electronic voting was not excluded from the list of participants at precinct election Commission.
On 28 June the same way he entered and living in London Muscovite. He voted twice, and as proof showed the Bulletin and recorded a video of the vote, according to the movement “Voice”.
25 June in Russia began voting on amendments to the Constitutioninitiated by the President of the country Vladimir Putin. Online voting will take place from 10.00 am 25 June to 20.00 on 30 June. You can vote online, at home and at the polling station at the place of permanent residence or place of actual residence.
According to the CEC, as of the morning of June 28 voted (including remote voting) 512 30 917 citizens (turnout 28,46%).
A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, one of which involves the nullification of presidential terms of Russia’s leader, Vladimir Putin, appointed on 1 July 2020.
20 January 2020 Putin submitted the draft law on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation to the state Duma. It was unanimously adopted in the first reading on January 23.
In the document, in particular, to exclude the possibility to occupy the presidency more than two terms, to fix the priority of the Constitution over international law, as well as to expand the powers of the constitutional court. On 11 February the Committee of the state Duma has approved the amendments to the Constitution, in the case of adoption of which Putin after leaving from a post of the President for life will remain a member of the Federation Council.
Putin also proposed an amendment, which provides for the formation of the head of state of the state Council “to ensure the concerted functioning and interaction of public authorities”.
Some experts believethat thus the Russian leader is trying to solve the problem of retaining power after 2024, when is the next presidential term. Putin is the Russian President since 2000 with a short break. According to the current Constitution he cannot run for the post of the head of the Kremlin in 2024.