Balbec appreciated the turnout for voting on amendments to the Constitution in the Crimea
The high turnout of the Crimean Tatars to vote on amendments to the Constitution of Russia says that the Crimean Tatar people feels an integral part of Russian civilization, the Deputy of the state Duma Ruslan Balbec.
"The turnout of the Crimean Tatars to vote on amendments to the Constitution is comparable to the Crimean average. Crimean Tatars demonstrated high civic activity. When compared with the turnout in the referendum in 2014, we can safely say that the Crimean Tatar people feeling mentally inseparable part of the Russian civilization and not consider their future outside our country," said Balbec RIA Novosti.
Balbec described the results of an unprecedented turnout, even if compared with the Ukrainian period. It says that "people consider themselves citizens of Russia, see the future of their children in Russia, want to live in a stable and developed Russia," he added.
"It is on these three pillars rests the high turnout", - concluded the Deputy.
Amendments to the Constitution in the Crimea supported 90,07% of voters voted against of 9.08%. The turnout was 81,75%.