Mishustin reported an increase in the number of employees on a remote site by almost 30 times :: Society :: RBC

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The number of Russians working remotely exceeded 2 million people; since April 1, it has grown by almost 30 times. This was announced by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting on the situation on the labor market. The transcript is published on the government website.

Speaking about how to “really improve the situation with employment,” the head of government proposed “to actively apply new methods in the field of employment”, including a remote format of work. “Now the number of those who work remotely exceeds 2 million people. That is, from April 1, it grew by almost 30 times, ”Mishustin said.

The prime minister also noted the convenience of such a form of employment “for many categories of workers,” including for people with disabilities or families with children. In the future, the distance format can be used in such areas as information technology and a number of secondary and higher education programs, he said. Moreover, the rights of workers on a remote site should be protected in accordance with the law, Mishustin emphasized.

Putin called the test for himself the need to work remotely

Vladimir Putin

After President Vladimir Putin announced a non-working day due to coronavirus, many companies began to massively transfer employees to a remote location. In mid-May, the head of state announced the end of the non-working week period.

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Putin signed a decree calling for military training in 2020 :: Society :: RBC

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree calling on Russians in reserve for military training in 2020. The document is posted on the official Internet portal of legal information.

According to the decree, military training will be held in the armed forces of Russia, the troops of the national guard, state security agencies and the bodies of the Federal Security Service.

The head of state instructed the Russian government and regional authorities to ensure the implementation of measures related to the draft. The decree came into force from today.

Putin announces deferred military appeal for high school graduates

Photo: Kirill Zykov / AGN “Moscow”

The Russian Ministry of Defense in early June postponed the holding of summer military training for students, traditionally held in June-August, to a later date due to the situation with coronavirus in the country. So, the bulk of the fees will be held in July – October 2020, and in some universities the dates are postponed to 2021.

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VTsIOM explained the publication of exit polls for the Constitution :: Society :: RBC

The chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Ella Pamfilova on Business FM regretted that VTsIOM published the results of the exit polls and explained that the law on the all-Russian voting on constitutional amendments did not spell a ban on the publication of interim results.

“We have no leverage to prohibit this. The only thing we asked was for the results of the exit polls not to be announced, at least until the moment the vote ends, ”Pamfilova added.

Voting on amendments to the Constitution of Russia takes place from June 25 to July 1. Turnout, according to data on the morning of June 29, was 37.2%. The turnout for electronic voting exceeded 83%, more than 970 thousand people voted.

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VTsIOM explained the publication of exit polls for the Constitution :: Society :: RBC

The chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Ella Pamfilova on Business FM regretted that VTsIOM published the results of the exit polls and explained that the law on the all-Russian voting on constitutional amendments did not spell a ban on the publication of interim results.

“We have no leverage to prohibit this. The only thing we asked was for the results of the exit polls not to be announced, at least until the moment the vote ends, ”Pamfilova added.

Voting on amendments to the Constitution of Russia takes place from June 25 to July 1. Turnout, according to data on the morning of June 29, was 37.2%. The turnout for electronic voting exceeded 83%, more than 970 thousand people voted.

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The CEC threatened to re-voted a Russian woman in Israel with a case :: Society :: RBC

Photo: Sergey Bobylev / TASS

A Russian citizen in Israel, who announced a second vote on constitutional amendments, faces criminal liability. This was announced to Interfax by the secretary of the CEC of Russia, Maya Grishina.

“The legislator criminalized double voting. In this situation, our esteemed citizen, who decided to abuse the right, faces criminal prosecution, ”she said.

Grishina explained that Russians can vote abroad only upon the fact of their appearance at the polling station. Now there is no single electronic system, so the CEC relies only on the integrity of voters. However, the election commission allows cases where Russian citizens may abuse their right to vote in several polling stations or in another country. “In connection with this, for the purposes of prevention, criminal liability was envisaged – and there is the very insurance against this to happen,” the CEC secretary emphasized.

The CEC promised sanctions for twice voted Lobkova

Pavel Lobkov

She also added that re-voting could be revealed after summing up during the analytical verification.

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Macron party loses local elections in green :: Politics :: RBC

The party of the President of France showed a low result in local elections. The positions of the “green” have strengthened, for the first time in twenty years, the extreme right celebrate success in a large city, Paris has remained with the socialists

Emmanuel Macron

(Фото: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

The Europe-Ecology-Greens (EELV) party received the best result following the second round of local elections in France, which was held on Sunday, June 28. Green candidates were first elected mayors of Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux. This is reported by Politico and Reuters.

In Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghyan, great-granddaughter of Perchui Barseghyan, one of the three women elected to the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia in 1919, was elected mayor. In Lyon, the associate of President Emmanuel Macron, the former Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Gerard Colon, lost to the representative of the “green” Gregory Ducse. Colon served as head of the city administration from 2001 to 2017, after which he moved to work in the government, but returned to the post of mayor in 2018. In Bordeaux, the candidate of the “green” Pierre Jurmick went around the center-right Nicolas Florian.

Where the “green” failed to win, they were able to enter into an alliance with the left parties and ensure the victory of their nominees. So in Paris, socialist Ann Hidalgo was re-elected to the post of mayor with the active support of the “greens”. The extreme right-wing party, Marine Le Pen, National Association, also achieved success in the elections. For the first time in twenty years, her candidate was elected mayor of a relatively large city – Perpignan (population of about 100 thousand people), bypassing the current mayor from the center-right Jean-Marc Pujol.

Macron Announces Quarantine Mitigation in France

Paris, France

The only major success of the Forward, Republic, presidential party, founded in 2016, is the preservation of the post of mayor of Le Havre for Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. According to the French Constitution, Philip can offer a candidate for work as mayor, and he himself can continue to work as head of government. On Monday, June 29, he should have a conversation with President Macron to discuss the current situation. The convincing victory of the prime minister in Le Havre (he received about 59% of the vote) could complicate Macron’s plans to reset the government. Two years before the end of his presidency, the head of state plans to conduct rearrangements in the cabinet, Politico claims. According to an Ifop poll, 43% of the French are in favor of continuing the work of Philippe at the head of the government, 33% are in favor of his resignation.

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Macron party loses local elections in green :: Politics :: RBC

The party of the President of France showed a low result in local elections. The positions of the “green” have strengthened, for the first time in twenty years, the extreme right celebrate success in a large city, Paris has remained with the socialists

Emmanuel Macron

(Фото: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

The Europe-Ecology-Greens (EELV) party received the best result following the second round of local elections in France, which was held on Sunday, June 28. Green candidates were first elected mayors of Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux. This is reported by Politico and Reuters.

In Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghyan, great-granddaughter of Perchui Barseghyan, one of the three women elected to the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia in 1919, was elected mayor. In Lyon, the associate of President Emmanuel Macron, the former Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Gerard Colon, lost to the representative of the “green” Gregory Ducse. Colon served as head of the city administration from 2001 to 2017, after which he moved to work in the government, but returned to the post of mayor in 2018. In Bordeaux, the candidate of the “green” Pierre Jurmick went around the center-right Nicolas Florian.

Where the “green” failed to win, they were able to enter into an alliance with the left parties and ensure the victory of their nominees. So in Paris, socialist Ann Hidalgo was re-elected to the post of mayor with the active support of the “greens”. The extreme right-wing party, Marine Le Pen, National Association, also achieved success in the elections. For the first time in twenty years, her candidate was elected mayor of a relatively large city – Perpignan (population of about 100 thousand people), bypassing the current mayor from the center-right Jean-Marc Pujol.

Macron Announces Quarantine Mitigation in France

Paris, France

The only major success of the Forward, Republic, presidential party, founded in 2016, is the preservation of the post of mayor of Le Havre for Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. According to the French Constitution, Philip can offer a candidate for work as mayor, and he himself can continue to work as head of government. On Monday, June 29, he should have a conversation with President Macron to discuss the current situation. The convincing victory of the prime minister in Le Havre (he received about 59% of the vote) could complicate Macron’s plans to reset the government. Two years before the end of his presidency, the head of state plans to conduct rearrangements in the cabinet, Politico claims. According to an Ifop poll, 43% of the French are in favor of continuing the work of Philippe at the head of the government, 33% are in favor of his resignation.

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Macron party loses local elections in green :: Politics :: RBC

The party of the President of France showed a low result in local elections. The positions of the “green” have strengthened, for the first time in twenty years, the extreme right celebrate success in a large city, Paris has remained with the socialists

Emmanuel Macron

(Фото: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

The Europe-Ecology-Greens (EELV) party received the best result following the second round of local elections in France, which was held on Sunday, June 28. Green candidates were first elected mayors of Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux. This is reported by Politico and Reuters.

In Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghyan, great-granddaughter of Perchui Barseghyan, one of the three women elected to the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia in 1919, was elected mayor. In Lyon, the associate of President Emmanuel Macron, the former Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Gerard Colon, lost to the representative of the “green” Gregory Ducse. Colon served as head of the city administration from 2001 to 2017, after which he moved to work in the government, but returned to the post of mayor in 2018. In Bordeaux, the candidate of the “green” Pierre Jurmick went around the center-right Nicolas Florian.

Where the “green” failed to win, they were able to enter into an alliance with the left parties and ensure the victory of their nominees. So in Paris, socialist Ann Hidalgo was re-elected to the post of mayor with the active support of the “greens”. The extreme right-wing party, Marine Le Pen, National Association, also achieved success in the elections. For the first time in twenty years, her candidate was elected mayor of a relatively large city – Perpignan (population of about 100 thousand people), bypassing the current mayor from the center-right Jean-Marc Pujol.

Macron Announces Quarantine Mitigation in France

Paris, France

The only major success of the Forward, Republic, presidential party, founded in 2016, is the preservation of the post of mayor of Le Havre for Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. According to the French Constitution, Philip can offer a candidate for work as mayor, and he himself can continue to work as head of government. On Monday, June 29, he should have a conversation with President Macron to discuss the current situation. The convincing victory of the prime minister in Le Havre (he received about 59% of the vote) could complicate Macron’s plans to reset the government. Two years before the end of his presidency, the head of state plans to conduct rearrangements in the cabinet, Politico claims. According to an Ifop poll, 43% of the French are in favor of continuing the work of Philippe at the head of the government, 33% are in favor of his resignation.

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Macron party loses local elections in green :: Politics :: RBC

The party of the President of France showed a low result in local elections. The positions of the “green” have strengthened, for the first time in twenty years, the extreme right celebrate success in a large city, Paris has remained with the socialists

Emmanuel Macron

(Фото: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

The Europe-Ecology-Greens (EELV) party received the best result following the second round of local elections in France, which was held on Sunday, June 28. Green candidates were first elected mayors of Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux. This is reported by Politico and Reuters.

In Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghyan, great-granddaughter of Perchui Barseghyan, one of the three women elected to the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia in 1919, was elected mayor. In Lyon, the associate of President Emmanuel Macron, the former Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Gerard Colon, lost to the representative of the “green” Gregory Ducse. Colon served as head of the city administration from 2001 to 2017, after which he moved to work in the government, but returned to the post of mayor in 2018. In Bordeaux, the candidate of the “green” Pierre Jurmick went around the center-right Nicolas Florian.

Where the “green” failed to win, they were able to enter into an alliance with the left parties and ensure the victory of their nominees. So in Paris, socialist Ann Hidalgo was re-elected to the post of mayor with the active support of the “greens”. The extreme right-wing party, Marine Le Pen, National Association, also achieved success in the elections. For the first time in twenty years, her candidate was elected mayor of a relatively large city – Perpignan (population of about 100 thousand people), bypassing the current mayor from the center-right Jean-Marc Pujol.

Macron Announces Quarantine Mitigation in France

Paris, France

The only major success of the Forward, Republic, presidential party, founded in 2016, is the preservation of the post of mayor of Le Havre for Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. According to the French Constitution, Philip can offer a candidate for work as mayor, and he himself can continue to work as head of government. On Monday, June 29, he should have a conversation with President Macron to discuss the current situation. The convincing victory of the prime minister in Le Havre (he received about 59% of the vote) could complicate Macron’s plans to reset the government. Two years before the end of his presidency, the head of state plans to conduct rearrangements in the cabinet, Politico claims. According to an Ifop poll, 43% of the French are in favor of continuing the work of Philippe at the head of the government, 33% are in favor of his resignation.

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Macron party loses local elections in green :: Politics :: RBC

The party of the President of France showed a low result in local elections. The positions of the “green” have strengthened, for the first time in twenty years, the extreme right celebrate success in a large city, Paris has remained with the socialists

Emmanuel Macron

(Фото: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)

The Europe-Ecology-Greens (EELV) party received the best result following the second round of local elections in France, which was held on Sunday, June 28. Green candidates were first elected mayors of Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux. This is reported by Politico and Reuters.

In Strasbourg, Jeanne Barseghyan, great-granddaughter of Perchui Barseghyan, one of the three women elected to the Parliament of the Republic of Armenia in 1919, was elected mayor. In Lyon, the associate of President Emmanuel Macron, the former Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Gerard Colon, lost to the representative of the “green” Gregory Ducse. Colon served as head of the city administration from 2001 to 2017, after which he moved to work in the government, but returned to the post of mayor in 2018. In Bordeaux, the candidate of the “green” Pierre Jurmick went around the center-right Nicolas Florian.

Where the “green” failed to win, they were able to enter into an alliance with the left parties and ensure the victory of their nominees. So in Paris, socialist Ann Hidalgo was re-elected to the post of mayor with the active support of the “greens”. The extreme right-wing party, Marine Le Pen, National Association, also achieved success in the elections. For the first time in twenty years, her candidate was elected mayor of a relatively large city – Perpignan (population of about 100 thousand people), bypassing the current mayor from the center-right Jean-Marc Pujol.

Macron Announces Quarantine Mitigation in France

Paris, France

The only major success of the Forward, Republic, presidential party, founded in 2016, is the preservation of the post of mayor of Le Havre for Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. According to the French Constitution, Philip can offer a candidate for work as mayor, and he himself can continue to work as head of government. On Monday, June 29, he should have a conversation with President Macron to discuss the current situation. The convincing victory of the prime minister in Le Havre (he received about 59% of the vote) could complicate Macron’s plans to reset the government. Two years before the end of his presidency, the head of state plans to conduct rearrangements in the cabinet, Politico claims. According to an Ifop poll, 43% of the French are in favor of continuing the work of Philippe at the head of the government, 33% are in favor of his resignation.

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