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.

Later, RIA Novosti reported the press service of the Ombudsman that Moskalkova asked the CEC Chairman, Ella Pamfilova to assist Vyshinsky on voting remotely.

The Deputy Chairman of Mothersurname Dmitry Reut earlier it was explained that to participate in remote electronic voting can only Muscovites are in registration.

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, will be held from 25 to 30 June.