The Russian Federation continues the practice of opening polling stations in the Transnistrian region contrary to the agreement of the Moldovan authorities. The Promo-LEX Association warns about this fact.Two sections have been set up in Tiraspol for the national referendum to amend Russia's constitution. The offices will be open until July 1. Another polling station will be in Chisinau.
According to Promo-LEX, this practice would continue, including due to the fact that the Chisinau authorities did not take a public stand in the case of at least two elections in Russia, also organized in the Transnistrian region.
The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed for Publika TV that it will return later with more information about the two polling stations on the left bank of the Dniester and whether they were legally opened.
A referendum is being held in the Russian Federation on a series of reforms that would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to run for the presidency twice, after the current term expires in 2024 and thus remain in power until 2036. .