Peskov: No decision on the date of the vote on the Constitution was not taken

the Kremlin had not yet taken any decisions regarding the date of the all-Russian voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. This was stated press Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA “Novosti”.

On the question, what dates are considered in the Kremlin and discuss whether they are in the CEC, Peskov replied: “No.”

Recall that a nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution was scheduled for 22 April, but then postponed due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country. Yesterday “Interfax” with reference to its sources reported that authorities are considering two dates: 1 and 8 July as a day of voting on amendments to the Constitution. Earlier it was considered on 24 June, but since the date of the scheduled Victory parade, and even a vote — is unlikely. Sources in several regional election commissions also noted that there were two most probable dates, and it is 1 and 8 July. Preparing to vote in the regions has already begun. A source close to the Central election Commission says the vote will be held no later than the beginning of July. Final decision will be made this week.

the resident of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said that the Victory parade postponed because of the pandemic coronavirus, will be held June 24. Earlier it was reported that the vote on amendments to the Constitution and the Victory parade can take place in 2020 in one day — 24 June. As an alternative to voting on the Constitution are considered days in early July, for the Victory day parade — September 3. The sources added that the final decision on the date of the depends on the epidemiological situation.

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