Satirist who revealed the conflict in the family of Petrosyan told new details

Natapov said that cooperation with Petrosyan makes the writer feel that this is not a priority for the “Full House” star. According to the satirist, he showed Petrosyan his humorous monologues, but he seems to be not up to it because of a lack of peace of mind.

“I think he’s not up to creative plans now,” Natapova quotes the Zvezda TV channel.

He also noted that a “terribly unsuccessful” marriage can complicate a person’s life so much that he can make him think “a pistol to his temple”.

“He has titles, fame, he’d still have peace of mind somewhere,” the writer noted.

Earlier, Natapov said that the reason for the conflict in the family lies in the fact that Petrosyan’s daughter does not get along with his wife Tatyana because of the inheritance issue.

Read also: Efremov’s ex-wife: daughter wants to put her father in jail

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Hackneyed cameraman Sobchak talks about “sexual violence” in the monastery

According to the victim in a clash with local believers, a beautiful picture is created for the media in the monastery. But when you try to dig a little deeper, people in tracksuits can attack the curious, the battered director warned. To the operator Sobchak, “these urki,” as he put it, broke his arm.

Despite the incident, material that still managed to be shot will be shown. Moreover, the film will be dedicated not only to the disgraced father Sergius, who, after a series of high-profile statements, “captured” the female monastery.

“There are 21 people who testify that these are former novices who say that there was child abuse, sexual abuse in this monastery,” Yerzhenkov shared the details.

According to the director, a completely destructive sect has developed in the monastery that discredits Orthodoxy and the Russian Orthodox Church as a whole.

Earlier, the scandalous TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak and her film crew were attacked in the convent of Yekaterinburg, where she was captured by the schema-teacher Sergiy. The cameramen were beaten and taken away from the TV men, and the famous journalist was not allowed to come to Yerzhenkov.

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Lavrov spoke about the Russians traveling abroad through Belarus

Minister urged to follow common sense in making such decisions

In an interview with RT journalist Anton Krasovsky, Lavrov said that he himself had visited Belarus and Serbia for the first time in three months of the pandemic, although both visits were supposed to take place in March.

Then Krasovsky asked the diplomat if he knew that now tourists fly to Turkey via Belarus with Belavia airline.

The Foreign Minister countered that the authorities cannot forbid the Russians to use this opportunity. According to him, during trips in the era of a pandemic, people should have “caution and common sense.”

Lavrov was also unable to answer the question about the timing of the opening of the Russian borders, which were closed due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection.

In June, authorities allowed Russians to travel abroad to work, study or to treat relatives. The possibility of departure is also provided for those citizens who need to receive medical care abroad.

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Lavrov spoke about the Russians traveling abroad through Belarus

Minister urged to follow common sense in making such decisions

In an interview with RT journalist Anton Krasovsky, Lavrov said that he himself had visited Belarus and Serbia for the first time in three months of the pandemic, although both visits were supposed to take place in March.

Then Krasovsky asked the diplomat if he knew that now tourists fly to Turkey via Belarus with Belavia airline.

The Foreign Minister countered that the authorities cannot forbid the Russians to use this opportunity. According to him, during trips in the era of a pandemic, people should have “caution and common sense.”

Lavrov was also unable to answer the question about the timing of the opening of the Russian borders, which were closed due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection.

In June, authorities allowed Russians to travel abroad to work, study or to treat relatives. The possibility of departure is also provided for those citizens who need to receive medical care abroad.

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Bonya received the minimum wage criticized by her

TV presenter and former participant of the show “House-2” Victoria Bonya informed her Instagram subscribers about receiving state aid in the amount of minimum wage.

The amount came to the presenter’s account on June 26. Earlier, Bonya criticized the allocation of assistance to needy Russians, she said that this money is distributed to “all kinds of alcoholics and beggars.” But she immediately explained why she herself received it. According to the representative of show business, her accountant filed a statement without her knowledge, and she also announced the arrival of funds to the account.

Bonya indicated that the amount would not cover the losses that she incurred during the downtime.

After that, the TV presenter announced that she planned to transfer these funds to some poor family.

“From myself and from my jeans brand, I am ready to transfer two more of these amounts to large families that today are in dire need of money,” the Instagram post said.

Earlier, the host commented on her social network the broken nose of TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak.

See also: Sobchak was offered 50 “trained fighters” after the attack in the monastery

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. VTsIOM data on citizens’ support for constitutional amendments suggest that the opposition’s strategy to discredit the process has failed, said Alexei Martynov, director of the Institute of Newest States. A survey of the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion showed that 76 percent of voters supported amendments to the Basic Law of the Russian Federation.

According to the study, 23.6 percent of those who took part in the vote spoke out against making mandates, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

“According to the results of the VTsIOM poll, the support for the presidential amendments clearly exceeds expert expectations on this issue. Already 76 percent. We can say that all the intrigues, all plans to disrupt the voting on the amendments by the so-called opposition members failed,” Martynov said.

VTsIOM: about 76% of Russians supported amendments for four days of voting

At 21:00 Moscow time on June 28, 163 124 people took part in the VTsIOM survey. The survey was conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 constituent entities of the Russian Federation from June 25 to 28.

“Moreover, the strategy of discrediting the vote clearly also fails. Our people wanted to spit on the so-called two-percent opposition, on all their movements and on all their nagging,” Martynov said.

When leaving the polling station, VTsIOM interviewers suggested anonymously answering the question of how the respondent voted – for or against amendments to the Constitution.

Voting on Constitutional Amendments: Day Five

An elderly woman during a vote in a mobile polling station on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

Voting at a mobile polling station on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

A man voting at a polling station on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

Voters at polling station No. 79 in the city library named after V. G. Rasputin in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, where a vote is being taken to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

Members of the precinct election commission during an exit vote in Novosibirsk on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

A woman votes on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at home in Novosibirsk

9 out of 14

A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

A woman lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at polling station No. 1409 in the local area in Yekaterinburg during a vote to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

10 out of 14

A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

11 out of 14

In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation at a polling station in Moscow

12 out of 14

The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at one of the polling stations in Simferopol

13 out of 14

In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

14 out of 14

Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

9 out of 14

A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

10 out of 14

A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

11 out of 14

In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

12 out of 14

The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

13 out of 14

In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

14 out of 14

Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. VTsIOM data on citizens’ support for constitutional amendments suggest that the opposition’s strategy to discredit the process has failed, said Alexei Martynov, director of the Institute of Newest States. A survey of the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion showed that 76 percent of voters supported amendments to the Basic Law of the Russian Federation.

According to the study, 23.6 percent of those who took part in the vote spoke out against making mandates, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

“According to the results of the VTsIOM poll, the support for the presidential amendments clearly exceeds expert expectations on this issue. Already 76 percent. It can be said that all the intrigues, all plans to disrupt the voting on the amendments by the so-called opposition members failed,” Martynov said.

VTsIOM: about 76% of Russians supported amendments for four days of voting

At 21:00 Moscow time on June 28, 163 124 people took part in the VTsIOM survey. The survey was conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 constituent entities of the Russian Federation from June 25 to 28.

“Moreover, the strategy to discredit the vote clearly also fails. Our people wanted to spit on the so-called two-percent opposition, on all their gestures and on all their nagging,” Martynov said.

When leaving the polling station, VTsIOM interviewers suggested anonymously answering the question of how the respondent voted – for or against amendments to the Constitution.

Voting on Constitutional Amendments: Day Five

An elderly woman during a vote in a mobile polling station on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

Voting at a mobile polling station on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

A man during a vote at a polling station on the amendment of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

Voters at polling station No. 79 in the city library named after V. G. Rasputin in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, where a vote is being taken to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

Members of the precinct election commission during an exit vote in Novosibirsk on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

A woman votes on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at home in Novosibirsk

9 out of 14

A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

A woman lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at polling station No. 1409 in the local area in Yekaterinburg during a vote to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

10 out of 14

A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

11 out of 14

In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation at a polling station in Moscow

12 out of 14

The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at one of the polling stations in Simferopol

13 out of 14

In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

14 out of 14

Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

9 out of 14

A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

10 out of 14

A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

11 out of 14

In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

12 out of 14

The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

13 out of 14

In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

14 out of 14

Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. VTsIOM data on citizens’ support for constitutional amendments suggest that the opposition’s strategy to discredit the process has failed, said Alexei Martynov, director of the Institute of Newest States. A survey of the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion showed that 76 percent of voters supported amendments to the Basic Law of the Russian Federation.

According to the study, 23.6 percent of those who took part in the vote spoke out against making mandates, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

“According to the results of the VTsIOM poll, the support for the presidential amendments clearly exceeds expert expectations on this issue. Already 76 percent. It can be said that all the intrigues, all plans to disrupt the voting on the amendments by the so-called opposition members failed,” Martynov said.

VTsIOM: about 76% of Russians supported amendments for four days of voting

At 21:00 Moscow time on June 28, 163 124 people took part in the VTsIOM survey. The survey was conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 constituent entities of the Russian Federation from June 25 to 28.

“Moreover, the strategy to discredit the vote clearly also fails. Our people wanted to spit on the so-called two-percent opposition, on all their gestures and on all their nagging,” Martynov said.

When leaving the polling station, VTsIOM interviewers suggested anonymously answering the question of how the respondent voted – for or against amendments to the Constitution.

Voting on Constitutional Amendments: Day Five

An elderly woman during a vote in a mobile polling station on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

Voting at a mobile polling station on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

A man during a vote at a polling station on the amendment of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

Voters at polling station No. 79 in the city library named after V. G. Rasputin in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, where a vote is being taken to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

Members of the precinct election commission during an exit vote in Novosibirsk on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

A woman votes on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at home in Novosibirsk

9 out of 14

A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

A woman lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at polling station No. 1409 in the local area in Yekaterinburg during a vote to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

10 out of 14

A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

11 out of 14

In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation at a polling station in Moscow

12 out of 14

The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at one of the polling stations in Simferopol

13 out of 14

In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

14 out of 14

Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

1 out of 14

In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

2 out of 14

More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

3 out of 14

More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

4 out of 14

The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

5 out of 14

In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

6 out of 14

According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

7 out of 14

About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

8 out of 14

Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

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A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

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A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

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In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

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The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

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In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

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Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

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Expert: voting discredit strategy fails

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Expert: voting discredit strategy fails

VTsIOM data on citizens’ support for constitutional amendments suggest that the opposition’s strategy to discredit the process has failed, believes … RIA Novosti, 06/29/2020

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. VTsIOM data on citizens’ support for constitutional amendments suggest that the opposition’s strategy to discredit the process has failed, said Alexei Martynov, director of the Institute of Newest States. A survey of the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion showed that 76 percent of voters supported amendments to the Basic Law of the Russian Federation.

According to the study, 23.6 percent of those who took part in the vote spoke out against making mandates, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

“According to the results of the VTsIOM poll, the support for the presidential amendments clearly exceeds expert expectations on this issue. Already 76 percent. It can be said that all the intrigues, all plans to disrupt the voting on the amendments by the so-called opposition members failed,” Martynov said.

VTsIOM: about 76% of Russians supported amendments for four days of voting

At 21:00 Moscow time on June 28, 163 124 people took part in the VTsIOM survey. The survey was conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 constituent entities of the Russian Federation from June 25 to 28.

“Moreover, the strategy to discredit the vote clearly also fails. Our people wanted to spit on the so-called two-percent opposition, on all their gestures and on all their nagging,” Martynov said.

When leaving the polling station, VTsIOM interviewers suggested anonymously answering the question of how the respondent voted – for or against amendments to the Constitution.

Voting on Constitutional Amendments: Day Five

An elderly woman during a vote in a mobile polling station on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

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In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

Voting at a mobile polling station on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

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More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

A man during a vote at a polling station on the amendment of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in Vladivostok

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More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

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The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

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In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

A man takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at polling station No. 4 in the gym of a secondary school in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory

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According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

Voters at polling station No. 79 in the city library named after V. G. Rasputin in the city of Divnogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, where a vote is being taken to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

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About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

Members of the precinct election commission during an exit vote in Novosibirsk on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

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Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

A woman votes on the adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at home in Novosibirsk

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A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

A woman lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at polling station No. 1409 in the local area in Yekaterinburg during a vote to amend the Constitution of the Russian Federation

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A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

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In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution of the Russian Federation at a polling station in Moscow

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The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

A woman takes part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation at one of the polling stations in Simferopol

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In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

In the information center of the Central Election Commission of Russia in Moscow

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Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

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In the first four days of voting, the turnout exceeded 27 percent.

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More than 40 million people have already come to polling stations.

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More than half of them voted in special rooms, another third – at home or in the adjoining territories.

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The total turnout for electronic voting, which takes place in Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, exceeded 80 percent.

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In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting, more than 939 thousand voted.

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According to a VTsIOM survey, the majority of voters supported constitutional amendments.

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About 76 percent of Russians said they voted in favor, 23.6 percent against, 0.4 percent ruined the ballot.

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Surveys were conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions from June 25 to 28.

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A woman votes at home in Novosibirsk.

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A resident of Yekaterinburg lowers the ballot in a portable ballot box at a polling station in the local area.

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In the information center of the CEC of Russia.

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The Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova votes on the issue of amending the Constitution at a polling station in Moscow.

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In Crimea, more than half of registered voters voted.

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Most Russians plan to vote on the amendments on July 1, a day off.

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