230 thousand voters had applied for electronic voting on amendments to the Russian Constitution in four days. While 100 thousand people signed up for online voting portals mos.ru and gosuslugi.ru for the last day. The majority of those wishing to vote remotely are residents of Moscow. This was stated by former Deputy Minister of communications and mass communications, and now head of the mission monitoring the Moscow vote, the member of the Public chamber of Moscow Ilya massukh.
the Opportunity to vote online on 4 June, the CEC of Russia provided the voters of Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod region, reminds TASS. Electronic voting Muscovites will begin promptly at 10 a.m. June 25 on specially created portal. It is possible to get a code which will be SMS to the number specified in the personal account. Concludes with an online voting on June 30 in 20 hours straight. Receive e-ballots will be in that day to 19 hours 59 minutes.
Email newsletter is no different from paper-based counterpart. If the member electronic voting against the introduction of any and all amendments to the Constitution, it is necessary to put a tick opposite to the column “No” if he approves the constitutional amendment it is necessary to put a tick opposite the option “Yes.”
to register For online voting must have or obtain access to your personal account. It can make any inhabitant of Moscow. Those who designed the electronic pass during the regime of self-isolation, this is already used. The rest have to fill out an online form to provide your surname, first name, email address, mobile phone number and the number SNILS. The information provided will be compared with data from SSC database and system state automated system “Elections”.
Those who successfully passed the test will be able to participate in online voting. Applications for participation in remote voting can be submitted in the framework of “Mobylny voter” from 5 to 21 June.
Initially, the vote on the amendments to the Constitution of Russia was held on April 22, but because of the pandemic coronavirus COVID-19 voting was postponed until July 1, 2020.While all areas will be provided with all safety measures of voting.