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The observer from Serbia noted the high safety of the vote in Moscow

Voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation is organized on a high level of epidemiological safety, said RIA Novosti the representative from Serbia, the Deputy of the city Council of Belgrade Draginja VLK.

"Security is very good. Yesterday we toured a few sites, everywhere check the temperature, give out gloves and masks, if the person came without them. Everywhere the lines to comply with social distance," said VLK.

She noted that the vote will last a week, "people have the opportunity not to crowd, to accumulate in areas". "Load plots distributed evenly throughout the week. On turnout is difficult to judge - now there is only the second day, but it is clear that voters are constantly coming on the site", - said the Agency interlocutor.

It also noted that, technically, everything is organized as transparently as possible: "a sealed, transparent ballot boxes, the station, online broadcast, which can watch public observers".

"There is some information about voting, his criticism. In fact - no violations detected, evidence critics have not found. Unfortunately, a lot of fake news about the vote, really constructive criticism in them, no," - she complained.

According to VLK, from Serbia arrived, three observers and the entire international experts more than 100.

"My colleagues and I are very pleased that, despite the pandemic, people have the opportunity to vote in elections, democratic processes are not stopped. In the period of the pandemic, life must go on," she said.

A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation was scheduled for 22 April, but then postponed because of the epidemic of coronavirus in the country. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on a new date for voting on 1 July. Because of the need to take into account the epidemiological situation and the security of the population, it was decided that the Russians will be able to vote all week from 25 June to 1 July.