“Open Russia” and the libertarian party of Russia has submitted to the Moscow city Council application to hold a rally against the nullification of presidential terms of Vladimir Putin. About this in his microblog said a member of the libertarian party, Michael Lights and the coordinator of the “Open Russia” Tatyana Usmanova.
“We have applied to 21 and 22, the number against usurpation, which continues to Putin. For the Wonderful future of Russia, with the change of power, strong economy and rich people” — in particular, wrote of the Lights.
In the application of libertarians the venue of the action stated the academician Sakharov prospect, a number of participants — 50 thousand people. The application of “Open Russia” the venue is the same, the number of participants — 25 thousand people.
We will remind, today, on March 10, the state Duma passed the second reading of the bill on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Deputy Valentina Tereshkova in the discussion proposed to nullify the presidential terms after the adoption of the amendments to the Constitution and to remove from the fundamental law limitations on the number of presidential terms. “Why twist and city? We must honestly and publicly provide or even remove restrictions on number of presidential terms,” said Tereshkova. In the state Duma, then by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. He supported the amendment Tereshkova, but said that this could be possible only in the case if this provision approves of the constitutional court. “In principle, this choice [to annul presidential terms] would be possible, but under one condition: if the constitutional court will give an official conclusion that such an amendment would not conflict with the Constitution. We do not accept the new Constitution and make it relevant amendments,” Putin said.
After this, the deputies adopted an amendment Tereshkova. For the adoption of amendments to part 3 of article 81 of the Russian Constitution voted by 380 deputies, 44 parliamentarians voted against.