OP talked about the removal of observers from polling stations because of the behavior

The public chamber of the Russian Federation has recorded only two cases in which observers were asked to leave the premises because of their behaviour, reported RIA Novosti head of working group OP on public control over the voting Maxim Grigoriev.

"There were some cases when observers were very strange, including, if I'm not mistaken, in the Caucasus several regions there. Observers our observers, ill-behaved relative to other observers. In fact, they asked on this site no longer work. It is literally, in my opinion, two of the case was such. And it is a matter of personal relationships between the observers," — said Grigoriev.

Other cases of removing observers from the polling stations because of their actions, according to Grigoriev, it was not.

A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation 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. To participate in distance voting were residents of the two pilot regions - Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region. It was held from 25 to 30 June. All in it took part more than 500 thousand public observers.