Living in Israel the citizen of Russia Yael Ilinski, who said that several times voted for amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation may be fined up to 300 thousand rubles, said the lawyer Vladimir Postnik.
Earlier Ilinski wrote in Facebook that was able to vote three times: in electronic form, as well as the Embassy of the Russian Federation and tel Aviv and the Consulate in Haifa. Besides, according to her, the newsletter has given even her minor daughter. Law enforcement agencies will check these messages, told RIA Novosti Ambassador for special assignments of the Russian foreign Ministry Vladimir Churov. If the facts of repeated voting are confirmed, under the Criminal code for it could face a large fine or up to four years in prison, said Deputy Chairman of the Central electoral Commission Nikolay Bulaev.
The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova have compared the attempts of some citizens to vote on amendments to the Constitution several times with the "fantastic ride of greed," and hinted at "prosaic conclusion".
Previously a resident of Israel, a citizen of the Russian Federation Yael Ilinski reported in Facebook that was able to vote three times: in electronic form, as well as the Embassy of the Russian Federation and tel Aviv and the Consulate in Haifa. Besides, according to her, the newsletter has given even her minor daughter.
For voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation opened for the Russians in two cities in Israel, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
Voting takes place in tel Aviv in the consular Department of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Haifa at the Consulate General of the Russian Federation.
Israeli scientists have invented a heating element for disinfection of medical masks electricity, in particular, through charging for the mobile phone, said RIA Novosti Professor Israel Institute of technology (Technion) in Haifa Yair Ein-Eli.
Professor not satisfied how long can you use one mask, and realizing that there is a shortage of them, went to the office and tried to understand what kills the virus.