Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs Leonid Slutsky:
“Vladimir Putin, addressing the citizens of the country, called on Russians to come to polling stations and vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. “We are voting not just for amendments clothed in clear legal norms. We vote for the country in which we want to live – with modern education and health care, with reliable social protection of citizens, with effective power, accountable to society. We vote for the country for which we work and want to pass on to our children and grandchildren. Therefore, I am sure: each of you, making such an important decision, thinks first of all about your loved ones, relies on the values that unite us, and this is truth and justice, this is respect for the person of work, for people of older generations, this is family and care for children , about their health, moral, spiritual education … ”, the President of Russia said.
And this is true. Strong words, subscribe to each of them.
As early as June 12 – on the Day of Russia – we talked with the columnist of Komsomolskaya Pravda Alexander Gamov about the importance of voting on amendments to the country’s Basic Law. I’ll leave it here today.