All-Russian vote on constitutional amendments begins

2020-06-29 02:29:28 GMT2020-06-29 10:29:28(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
A worker wearing a face mask and gloves disinfects a stand at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua) A worker wearing a face mask and gloves disinfects a stand at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua)
A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua) A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua)
A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua) A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua)
A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua) A voter wearing a face mask casts his ballot at a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua)
A banner promoting voting on constitutional amendments is seen outside a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua) A banner promoting voting on constitutional amendments is seen outside a polling station in Moscow, Russia, on June 28, 2020. The all-Russian vote on constitutional amendments, postponed from April 22 due to the COVID-19 epidemic, began on June 25. Voting was originally scheduled to run for one day only on July 1, but election officials opened polls a week earlier to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr/Xinhua)
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