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Shortened work week begins in Russia :: Society :: RBC

A shorter work week has begun in Russia. Wednesday, July 1, will be a day off due to a vote on constitutional amendments. Thus, the Russians will work on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Initially, a vote was scheduled for April 22, but at the end of March, due to the coronavirus epidemic, it was decided to postpone the procedure indefinitely.

On June 1, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on a new voting date, which was chosen on July 1. The vote itself began on June 25, the upcoming Wednesday will be his last day. The head of state declared this date a day off.

Rostrud reminded of increased payment on the day of voting on the Constitution

Rostrud then said that employees working on July 1 should receive higher wages for that day.

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Protsenko responded to the information about the bags for corpses found near the hospital :: Society :: RBC

Now the police are figuring out how the packages ended up outside the hospital in Kommunark, the head doctor said. He denied media reports about medical records found near the medical facility.

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The information that appeared on the Internet that medical records of patients were found near the infectious diseases hospital in Kommunarka is not true. About this in his Facebook wrote the head physician Denis Protsenko.

According to the chief doctor, outside the hospital, a kilometer away, packages were found for transporting the bodies of the dead.

Protsenko noted that the procedure for issuing bodies is strictly regulated by law, and the hospital has all the information about the procedure algorithm, documentation, as well as all related data. They were handed over to law enforcement agencies.

The prosecutor’s office brought to court a case of fake about the dead in observation in Moscow

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“Establishing the circumstances of what happened are in the competence of law enforcement agencies,” the head physician emphasized.

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CEC identified two complaints of coercion to “vote in a certain way” :: Politics :: RBC

According to Ella Pamfilova, other complaints relate, for example, to the fact that PEC members do not check passports. She also called unacceptable the absence of observers at the polling stations.

Ella Pamfilova

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As of June 28, the Central Election Commission (CEC) received 4,870 appeals related to the nationwide vote on constitutional amendments. This was stated by the head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova. Her words are quoted on the Telegram channel of the election commission. Of all the complaints, only two are related to coercion to vote “in a certain way,” she added. In total, 115 complaints were received about the possible coercion and use of administrative resources, TASS reported from Pamfilova’s words.

“There are only two appeals throughout the country where people say that they are allegedly forced to vote in a certain way,” the head of the CEC said.

How is the vote on amendments to the Constitution. the main thing

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Pamfilova added that on the Internet they began to discuss the absence, “even in isolated cases,” of observers during the voting. The head of the CEC said that this was “absolutely unacceptable,” and called for contacting the community of observers in cases where there are a lot of them in one polling station and not enough. “We stated that all procedures, all types of voting should be held with the participation of observers. Please, colleagues, strictly abide by this norm! ” – she said.

The head of the CEC also reported complaints about the fact that PEC members do not check passports. “None of the appeals to us should be left without attention … Go to the observers, and do not catch around the corner!” She summed up.

On the eve of Pamfilova, she spoke about 105 appeals in connection with a possible coercion to vote.

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Voting on amendments to the Constitution was to be held on April 22, but because of the coronavirus it was postponed. They decided to carry out the procedure from June 25 to July 1.

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CEC identified two complaints of coercion to “vote in a certain way” :: Politics :: RBC

According to Ella Pamfilova, other complaints relate, for example, to the fact that PEC members do not check passports. She also called unacceptable the absence of observers at the polling stations.

Ella Pamfilova

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As of June 28, the Central Election Commission (CEC) received 4,870 appeals related to the nationwide vote on constitutional amendments. This was stated by the head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova. Her words are quoted on the Telegram channel of the election commission. Of all the complaints, only two are related to coercion to vote “in a certain way,” she added. In total, 115 complaints were received about the possible coercion and use of administrative resources, TASS reported from Pamfilova’s words.

“There are only two appeals throughout the country where people say that they are allegedly forced to vote in a certain way,” the head of the CEC said.

How is the vote on amendments to the Constitution. the main thing

Photo: Maxim Shipenkov / EPA / TASS

Pamfilova added that on the Internet they began to discuss the absence, “even in isolated cases,” of observers during the voting. The head of the CEC said that this was “absolutely unacceptable,” and called for contacting the community of observers in cases where there are a lot of them in one polling station and not enough. “We stated that all procedures, all types of voting should be held with the participation of observers. Please, colleagues, strictly abide by this norm! ” – she said.

The head of the CEC also reported complaints about the fact that PEC members do not check passports. “None of the appeals to us should be left without attention … Go to the observers, and do not catch around the corner!” She summed up.

On the eve of Pamfilova, she spoke about 105 appeals in connection with a possible coercion to vote.

How voted on amendments to the Constitution

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Voting on amendments to the Constitution was to be held on April 22, but because of the coronavirus it was postponed. They decided to carry out the procedure from June 25 to July 1.

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CEC identified two complaints of coercion to “vote in a certain way” :: Politics :: RBC

According to Ella Pamfilova, other complaints relate, for example, to the fact that PEC members do not check passports. She also called unacceptable the absence of observers at the polling stations.

Ella Pamfilova

(Photo: Andrey Lyubimov / RBC)

As of June 28, the Central Election Commission (CEC) received 4,870 appeals related to the nationwide vote on constitutional amendments. This was stated by the head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova. Her words are quoted on the Telegram channel of the election commission. Of all the complaints, only two are related to coercion to vote “in a certain way,” she added. In total, 115 complaints were received about the possible coercion and use of administrative resources, TASS reported from Pamfilova’s words.

“There are only two appeals throughout the country where people say that they are allegedly forced to vote in a certain way,” the head of the CEC said.

How is the vote on amendments to the Constitution. the main thing

Photo: Maxim Shipenkov / EPA / TASS

Pamfilova added that on the Internet they began to discuss the absence, “even in isolated cases,” of observers during the voting. The head of the CEC said that this was “absolutely unacceptable,” and called for contacting the community of observers in cases where there are a lot of them in one polling station and not enough. “We stated that all procedures, all types of voting should be held with the participation of observers. Please, colleagues, strictly abide by this norm! ” – she said.

The head of the CEC also reported complaints about the fact that PEC members do not check passports. “None of the appeals to us should be left without attention … Go to the observers, and do not catch around the corner!” She summed up.

On the eve of Pamfilova, she spoke about 105 appeals in connection with a possible coercion to vote.

How voted on amendments to the Constitution

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Voting on amendments to the Constitution was to be held on April 22, but because of the coronavirus it was postponed. They decided to carry out the procedure from June 25 to July 1.

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Aeroflot responded to the article about performing a “luxury” flight abroad :: Society :: RBC

According to him, in case of contact on the plane passenger has no right to enter the destination country (including Russia), airlines exhibited a fine migration service, and therefore that entitlement is “the main criterion of acceptance for carriage.”.

“Since the introduction of the procedure, not a single person entered the country of our flights, bypassing the registration process through the website services, or the procedure for obtaining special permits to enter the Russian authorities”, — said the representative of “Aeroflot”.

Entry to Russia of the majority of foreigners and persons without citizenship (except diplomats and certain other groups) is prohibited from March 18. Scheduled and Charter passenger air service between Russia and other countries suspended since 27 March, however, the flights with special permission are performed.

Mishustin has simplified the entry and exit from Russia

April 29, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin was allowed to leave Russian citizens who have second citizenship, residence permit abroad or other document confirming the right of permanent residence abroad. On 8 June the same Mishustin expanded whitelist, including the Russians, who are sent abroad to take care of sick relatives living in other States, as well as for medical treatment, work or study. The same order of the Prime Minister to enter Russia allowed foreigners, who here have close relatives in need of care, and the citizens of other countries wishing to undergo treatment at the Russian doctors.

In late may, Reuters reported that wealthy Russians are increasingly using business jets to move to other countries, where we have introduced the pandemic COVID-19 limitations has already mitigated, and the number of new infections significantly less than in Russia.

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Fourth year adviser to trump Russia went from the White house :: Policy :: RBC

Tom Williams held this position since late January, when his predecessor, Andrew Rush left for “administrative leave”. Two former trump’s Advisor on Russian Affairs, left the post in August and November last year

Donald Trump

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Acting senior Director for Russian and European Affairs in the national security Council (NSC) Secretary Tom Williams will go to work in the Pentagon. This was reported by Advisor to the President of Donald trump on homeland security, Robert O’brien, reports Axios.

Lately it already the fourth high-ranking official in charge in the White house the Russian direction, which leaves the position, the newspaper notes.

The predecessor of Williams Andrew Peak in January was suspended. According to Axios, he went into “administrative leave” in connection with the investigation, which is associated with security issues.

The media learned about the dismissal from work of the adviser to trump Russia

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Peak became the Director of Russia’s NSC in November 2019, replacing Tim Morrison. That, in turn, took this position instead of Fiona hill, who was responsible for coordinating U.S. policy towards Europe and Russia from 2017 to August 2019.

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Ukrainians and Belarusians were allowed to receive Russian citizenship without the exam :: Society :: RBC

Entered into force the Federal law that calls for citizens of Ukraine and Belarus a mandatory exam on the Russian language knowledge when obtaining Russian citizenship.

President Vladimir Putin signed the document on March 19, it took effect 90 days later on June 17. The bill on simplification of obtaining Russian citizenship for Ukrainians and Belarusians started to prepare at the end of 2019 at the initiative of the Ministry of interior.

Previously, citizens of neighboring countries could get Russian citizenship only after completing the interview the knowledge of the language. Now Belarusians and Ukrainians are fluent in Russian, automatically recognized by native speakers, if they or their direct relatives reside or previously resided on the territory of Russia, USSR or Russian Empire.

Putin canceled for Ukrainians and Belarusians, the language exam for citizenship

According to Deputy interior Minister Igor Zubov, the level of knowledge of Russian language will be fixing Commission act, and by means of audio surveillance when receiving a personal application with the immigration service. This will allow to simplify the procedure of obtaining citizenship for the more than 200 thousand Ukrainians and Belarusians, who are now in Russia with a residence permit.

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The media learned about the plans of the Federal Tax Service to launch new online services for paying taxes :: Economy :: RBC

The tax service expects that additional digital projects will reach hundreds of thousands of people and will save billions of rubles in business

The Federal Tax Service (FTS) has prepared a project to launch new digital products that will simplify the payment of taxes. In particular, we are talking about the development of a certification center (CA) for issuing qualified electronic signature certificates to legal entities, individual entrepreneurs and notaries, Kommersant reports.

The Federal Tax Service expects that already in 2022 the center will process 100% of the relevant requests, and the business will be able to save about RUB144 billion on this. In addition, the centralization of the issuance of a qualified electronic signature will make it easier for tax officials to maintain a unified and up-to-date register of electronic signatures.

The ministry estimated that the creation of a CA infrastructure on the basis of the Federal Tax Service data centers would cost $ 280 million, and the development of interactive services for the service under the project would cost $ 60 million.

The next project is the service of a simplified procedure for the deduction of personal income tax through the personal account of the taxpayer. It is estimated that in 2021 about 900 thousand people will be covered by this service (about 10% of the number of applicants minus a year). Kommersant points out that due to various problematic issues (insufficient number of employees of the Federal Tax Service and lack of readiness of banks for electronic information cooperation), it is only supposed to work out practice until 2022 without expanding the deduction system itself.

The third draft – a simplified procedure for registering individual entrepreneurs – will require amendments to the relevant paragraph of the law. It is planned that in December about 10 thousand individuals will be able to register through the mobile application of the online service “Personal Account of the Taxpayer for Individuals”, and next year this figure will increase to 150 thousand.

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