Moskalkova voted for amendments to the Constitution
The Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova voted for the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, noting the importance of social changes in the indexation of pensions and the minimum wage.
"The Ombudsman and my whole life was directed to work on improving safeguards for human rights. Amendment is raised to a higher level questions of social guarantees, strengthening the moral of the rod, allow for the progressive development of... important to me to come and vote for changes to the Constitution," - said Moskalkova told reporters.
The Ombudsman also identified the most important amendments to the Constitution, including the indexation of pensions, protection of historical memory.
"Because to me most complaints come just of a social nature associated with employment and low earnings, very important amendments related to the indexation of pensions, with a guarantee of wages. I would put them to most important. Protection of historical memory and respect for those who brought us today's peaceful day is a look into the future and responsibility", - concluded the Ombudsman.
Voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation began across the country on June 25, it will last until 1 July. Online voting, which will be able to participate only residents of Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region is from 25 to 30 June.