Four apartments caught fire in a residential building in Moscow :: Society :: RBC

In the Telegram channel of the Russian Emergencies Ministry it is reported that four apartments on the third floor caught fire. The emergency message was received at 13:19 Moscow time, by the time the firefighters arrived, the fire area was 70 square meters. m. The fire was localized at 14:03 on an area of ​​150 square meters. m

A TASS source in emergency services, as well as an interlocutor of RIA Novosti, reported that the fire occurred due to an explosion. A source from RIA Novosti added that gas exploded in the house.

The data center warned on Twitter that traffic on Prohodchikov Street was blocked from house 114, building 1, along the Yaroslavl highway to Malyginsky passage.

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Four apartments caught fire in a residential building in Moscow :: Society :: RBC

In the Telegram channel of the Russian Emergencies Ministry it is reported that four apartments on the third floor caught fire. The emergency message was received at 13:19 Moscow time, by the time the firefighters arrived, the fire area was 70 square meters. m. The fire was localized at 14:03 on an area of ​​150 square meters. m

A TASS source in emergency services, as well as an interlocutor of RIA Novosti, reported that the fire occurred due to an explosion. A source from RIA Novosti added that gas exploded in the house.

The data center warned on Twitter that traffic on Prohodchikov Street was blocked from house 114 building 1 along the Yaroslavl highway to Malyginsky passage.

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Four apartments caught fire in a residential building in Moscow :: Society :: RBC

The Telegram channel of the Russian Emergencies Ministry reports that four apartments on the third floor caught fire. The emergency message was received at 13:19 Moscow time, by the time the firefighters arrived, the fire area was 70 square meters. m. The fire was localized at 14:03 on an area of ​​150 square meters. m

A TASS source in emergency services, as well as an interlocutor of RIA Novosti, reported that the fire occurred due to an explosion. A source from RIA Novosti added that gas exploded in the house.

The data center warned on Twitter that traffic on Prohodchikov Street was blocked from house 114, building 1, along the Yaroslavl highway to Malyginsky passage.

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Voter turnout under the Constitution for four days amounted to 37.5% :: Society :: RBC

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The total turnout for voting on amendments to the Constitution was 37.2%, more than 40 million Russians voted in total. This was stated by the Central Election Commission (CEC).

By 11:00 Moscow time, more than 970 thousand residents of Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region took part in electronic voting. The turnout for electronic voting exceeded 83%.

Putin spoke out against turnout when voting on the Constitution

The day before, the total turnout, taking into account the voters remotely, was 28.26%.

As of June 28, the CEC received 4870 complaints of possible violations. The head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, clarified that a significant part of the appeals related to electronic voting, in addition, the applicants noted the absence of cameras when voting at home and checking passports by PEC members.

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The public headquarters reviewed 12 reports of problems at the polls :: Politics :: RBC

The review team of the public headquarters for monitoring voting on amendments to the Constitution examined 12 reports of violations or contingencies in the precincts, the headquarters website said in a statement. Not all of them were confirmed.

At one of the polling stations, a member of the precinct election commission refused to give out ballots without finding the people who came in the voter list. The headquarters said in a statement that “these data were contained in the list, but a member of the commission simply did not leaf it through to the end.” On another site, the electricity was turned off.

“In general, the June 28 vote passed without incident,” the public headquarters said.

Earlier on Sunday, the head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, said that by June 28, the CEC received 115 complaints from citizens about possible coercion when voting on amendments to the Constitution.

“As for the so-called use of administrative resources, now there are 115 such appeals,” Pamfilova said.

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Firefighters rescued seven people from a tanned apartment in Moscow :: Society :: RBC

In the evening of June 28 in the south-east of Moscow there was a fire in a multi-storey building. This was reported by the press service of the capital’s headquarters of the Ministry of Emergencies.

A message about the fire came at 23:34 – in a nine-story building on Fedor Poletaev Street, a fire occurred in an apartment on the seventh floor. Emergency officers who arrived at the scene rescued seven people from the burning and neighboring apartments, one of which was a child.

The fire area was 10 square meters. m. Ignition was eliminated after 20 minutes. Two of the rescued residents are examined by doctors.

The fire occurred in a hangar in the north of Moscow

In May, in the south of the capital, on the Yalta street in the Zyuzino district, a fire occurred on the top floor of a 22-storey residential building. The fire area in one of the apartments was 15 square meters. m

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In the Netherlands, refuted data on the arrival of radiation from Europe to Europe :: Society :: RBC

The National Institute of Public Health and the Environment stated that it is impossible to talk about Russia as a source of radiation. The organization only claims that the substances came from western Russia

Building of the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)

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The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) in the Netherlands has denied media reports claiming that Russia has become a source of increased background radiation in Northern Europe. This was announced by the institute on its website.

The RIVM commented on its previous post, in which it claims that radionuclides came to Europe from western Russia. A Sunday report said that perhaps due to an incorrect translation (the message was posted in Dutch), some media mistakenly wrote that the radioactive substances came from Russia. “<...> it is not possible at this stage to determine a specific source country [веществ]”, – says the message of the RIVM.

In the first half of June, sensors from Norway, Finland and Sweden recorded an increase in the level of radionuclides in their territory. In particular, iodine-131 was found in Norway, and cesium-134, cesium-137, cobalt-60 and ruthenium-103 were found in Finland and Sweden. According to RIVM, the amount of substances was very low and did not harm human health and the environment. At the same time, the institute noted that the recorded radionuclides were the result of human activity.

In Severodvinsk recorded a jump in radiation after an emergency with a rocket

View of the city of Severodvinsk

In the Netherlands, no increase in background radiation was recorded; the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment analyzed and synthesized data from other countries.

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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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