Russia completed the remote online voting (the so-called i-voting) amendments to the Constitution, which was launched on 25 June at 10.00. The final turnout at 20.00 on 30 June made up of 93.02%, reported the news Agency TASS.
To vote remotely could the residents of Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region. Have registered to participate in this vote, with nearly 1 million applications from residents of the Russian capital and nearly 140 thousand residents of Nizhny Novgorod, the Agency said.
To electronic newsletters was June 30 to 19.59. Users need to log in to the platform mos.ru or gosuslugi.ru and open the page of the electronic newsletter. Access to it appeared after the introduction of the code that came on the phone. Issued more than 1.1 million ballots.
25 June start of early voting on amendments to the Constitution initiated by the President of the country Vladimir Putin. Until 30 June to vote can be online, at home and at the polling station at the place of permanent residence or place of actual residence.
Polling stations organized including in the trunks of cars, playgrounds, on benches and stumps, said “Snob”. In Israel, the Russian yaeli Ilinski was able to vote three times: electronically, as well as in diplomatic missions in Haifa and tel Aviv, the Russian journalist Pavel Pubic was able to take part in the plebiscite, two times: online and on site in Moscow.
A nationwide vote held on July 1.
According to information of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation on 30 June, in the plebiscite was attended by 49 649 010 citizens (the turnout of 45.7%).
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.