In Tallinn more than three thousand Russians voted for amendments
More than 3 thousand citizens of Russia on Wednesday voted in Tallinn on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, told RIA Novosti the Chairman of the precinct election Commission at the Russian Embassy, Minister-Counsellor Mr. Sergey Nalobin.
According to the diplomat, the voting is active, no incidents have been reported. "There were only minor interruptions, for example, someone from voting have my passport," said Kalabin.
The members of the electoral Commission during the day a few times left for voting to people with disabilities who are unable to come to the site. "A few dozen people we have visited in different districts of Tallinn and in the adjacent cities, particularly in Maardu", - said the Chairman of the precinct Commission.
In the voting participation of the residents of Tallinn, and the Russian citizens living in other cities of Estonia, particularly in pärnu, Haapsalu, Maardu, Paldiski.
A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution was scheduled for 22 April, but then postponed due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the vote will take place on 1 July. It was decided that the actual citizens may vote within seven days from 25 June to 1 July.