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Vyshinsky, who denied in an online vote, vote in person

Executive Director MIA "Russia today" Kirill Vyshinsky, who had previously been denied the right to vote on constitutional amendments by electronic means, will vote on the site on Monday, said the Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova.

Earlier, Levin said at a briefing in the Public chamber of the Russian Federation that refused to vote for amendments to the Constitution electronically. According to him, the problem was in the temporary registration.

Moskalkova has asked the CEC to help Vyshinsky to vote online

The Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova requests of the CEC Chairperson Ella Pamfilova, assist the Executive Director MIA "Russia today" Kirill Vyshinsky voting on amendments to the Constitution remotely, in which he had previously denied, informed RIA Novosti the press service.

Earlier, Executive Director of MIA "Russia today" Kirill Vyshinsky said at a briefing in the Public chamber of the Russian Federation that has refused to vote on amendments to the Constitution electronically.

Wyszynski was surprised by the response of UNESCO to the inquiry harassment Sputnik Estonia

Executive Director MIA "Russia today" Kirill Vyshinsky called the UNESCO response to the request to protect the Estonian Sputnik proof that freedom of speech in Europe is no longer considered a value for which you can fight.

On Friday UNESCO in response to the appeal of the MIA "Russia today" on the situation around Sputnik Estonia stated that it will continue to support the rights of the press to receive and share information and different ideas.

UNESCO commented on the situation with Sputnik Estonia

UNESCO in response to the appeal of the MIA "Russia today" on the situation around Sputnik Estonia stated that it will continue to support the rights of the press to receive and share information and different ideas.

In January MIA "Russia today" sent a statement on the situation around Estonia Sputnik International Federation of journalists (IFJ), UNESCO and the "Reporters without borders" (RSF). In the text of the letters signed by the Executive Director of MIA "Russia today", eks-the head of RIA news Ukraine Kirill Wyszynski stated that MIA "Russia today" by directing your request asking for a review of discriminatory policy against Sputnik Estonia and are ready to offer a proper assessment of this unprecedented violation of liberty, and asks to take measures to ensure the rights of reporters to fulfill their professional duty.

Moskalkova thanked the Commissioner for assistance in the protection of Sputnik Estonia

The Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova thanked the Council of Europe Commissioner for human rights Dunja Mijatovic for assistance in the protection of the rights of journalists Sputnik Estonia.

In February, the Executive Director of MIA "Russia today" Kirill Vyshinsky and the head of the Estonian branch of Sputnik Elena Cheryshev met with the COE Commissioner for human rights, Dunja Mijatovic, she promised to look into the situation.