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Photo: Press service of the Mayor and Government of Moscow. Maxim Mishin
In Moscow online voted 62,33 percent against 37,67.
At 22:00 were published the results of remote e-voting in Moscow. For an amendment to the Constitution of Russia voted 62,33 percent (601 096), against 37.67 percent (341 of 363 people).
In the voting, which took place from 25 to 30 June, involved more than 964 thousand Muscovites, the turnout was 93,15 percent.
To vote remotely, you had to log in to the platform 2020og.ru by using any of the account (mos.ru or gosuslugi.ru) and open the page of the electronic newsletter. Access was given after the introduction of the code came in SMS. E-newsletter — analogue of paper. The participants put a checkmark in the column “Yes” or “No”. All the voices were anonymized and encrypted — security and transparency was ensured using the technology of the blockchain.
In addition, the program ends “Millions of prizes” held in the days of the nationwide vote — from 25 June to 1 July. Muscovites were able to obtain bonuses and discounts that you can use in retail outlets, restaurants and cafes, as well as be exchanged for tickets to the Museum of the city encourage or spent on charity. The last draw will take place on 2 July. The organizers prepared two million prizes.
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