Russian Constitution

Putin signs law enabling him to run for president again

Putin signs law enabling him to run for president again

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law letting him run for the president of Russia again. The law was uploaded to the official Internet-portal of legal information on Monday. A number of provisions of the law was developed on …

Russian Constitution prioritized over international law

Russian Constitution prioritized over international law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed bills into law elevating a low-profile advisory body known as the State Council, criminalizing secession and prioritizing the Russian Constitution over international law.

Breaching Russia’s territorial integrity to be punishable

Breaching Russia’s territorial integrity to be punishable

Violation of Russia’s territorial integrity could be punishable by between six and ten years in prison, according to a draft law submitted to the government, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on State Building and Legislation Pavel …

Russia supports constitutional amendments

Russia supports constitutional amendments

The constitutional amendments have been supported by 77.92% of Russians who took part in the nationwide vote, the Central Election Commission (CEC) said after counting 100% of ballots. According to the election commission, 21.27% …

97.92% of Chechnya voters support constitutional amendments

97.92% of Chechnya voters support constitutional amendments

Around 97.92% of voters in the North Caucasian Republic of Chechnya have supported amendments to the Russian constitution, a spokesman for the republic’s election commission said after 100% of ballot were counted. "With 100% …

Putin takes part in vote on constitutional amendments

Putin takes part in vote on constitutional amendments

Russian President Vladimir Putin took part in the nationwide vote on the amendments to the Constitution. The head of state visited a polling station at the Russian Academy of Sciences building in southwestern Moscow, where he …

Russia holds voting day on constitutional amendments

Russia holds voting day on constitutional amendments

The main voting day on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation is being held nationwide today, on July 1. By the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin, this day has been declared non-working. A public …

Online voting turnout in Russia exceeds 75%

Online voting turnout in Russia exceeds 75%

According to the data of the digital headquarters, three-quarters of citizens participating in the online-voting on amendments to the Constitution have already cast their ballots. Thus, the turnout at online voting has already exceeded …

North Caucasus leaders voted on constitutional amendments

North Caucasus leaders voted on constitutional amendments

The heads of all constituent entities of the North Caucasus Federal District took part in the vote on amendments to the Constitution of Russia. Today, Kazbek Kokov (Kabardino-Balkaria), Vladimir Vasiliev (Dagestan) and Rashid Temrezov …

Constitutional amendments vote begins in Russia

Constitutional amendments vote begins in Russia

Russia’s easternmost regions of Kamchatka and Chukotka were the first to begin the vote, at 23:00 Moscow time on Wednesday. Vote on amendments to the Russian constitution began on Thursday in Russia’s easternmost regions of …

Putin says he is used to criticism

Putin says he is used to criticism

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is used to criticism, which he thinks inevitable. "No, I have got used to it," he said in an interview with the Russia. Kremlin. Putin documentary broadcast by the Rossiya-1 …

Putin signs constitutional amendments into law

Putin signs constitutional amendments into law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially singed a law on introducing amendments to the Russian Constitution, a document published on the official legal information web portal showed on Saturday, Sputnik reports. The law "On …