The majority of Moscow residents against the amendments to the Constitution of Russia. About it , said former state Duma Deputy and opposition politician Dmitry Gudkov.
“If the voting was conducted honestly, that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin would have lost the vote at least in Moscow. Our team for several days conducting street questioning in the Moscow area – Khoroshevo-Mnevniki, Strogino and Mitino. And ask two questions: how do you feel about the amendments and whether you vote “for” or “against”. In three districts the majority were opposed to the zeroing of the timing of Putin. That is Putin losing this vote,” he said.
The former MP also gave the results of a survey in three districts: Mitino – 94 against, 33 for, Strogino – 74 against, 34, Khoroshevo-Mnevniki – 60 against and 41 for.
Besides hooters has personally conducted a survey in the Shchukino district about the vote on the amendments. According to his results against 84 people (49 of them will go to vote) and 24 for (all of them are going to vote or already voted).
25 June start of early voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, initiated by 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.
June 30, ended online voting. Turnout on it made of 93.02%.
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. The state Duma of the Russian Federation also supported the amendment to abolish presidential terms of Putin that will allow him to remain in power after 2024, when is the next presidential term.