Russia Holds a Voting on Constitutional Amendments
On July 1, a vote took place in the Russian Federation for amendments to the Constitution. The Constitution was adopted by popular vote on December 12, 1993, and then a number of amendments were introduced.
According to preliminary data, announced the day before by the head of the CEC (Central Election Commission) Ella Pamfilova, the voting turnout on amendments to the Constitution was 65%.
Experts from the Russia-Singapore Business Council also participated in the voting in various formats. The Executive Director of the Council, Sergey Pronin, who is on a business trip in Singapore, voted at the Embassy of the Russian Federation. Some of the colleagues voted online, others in person. The representative of the Council in the Altai region Ivan Bykov worked at the precinct electoral commission.
Voting results will be announced shortly.