Putin signed the law on the scheme of one-mandatory constituencies

Putin signed the law on the scheme of one-mandatory constituencies


According to the new scheme adopted for the next ten years, most constituencies will be in Moscow (15), the suburbs (11) and St. Petersburg (eight).

MOSCOW, 4 Nov. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin approved the law on approving the scheme “slicing” the constituencies for elections to the state Duma for the next ten years.

According to the document, most counties will be in Moscow (15), the suburbs (11) and St. Petersburg (eight). Seven constituencies will be formed in Sverdlovskaya region, six — in Bashkiria and Tatarstan.

In 2014 was adopted the law on the return to the mixed system of elections to the state Duma, which provides for the election of deputies by party lists and in single member constituencies (225). In early September the Central election Commission passed in the state Duma a “sliced” single-member districts for the elections of 2016, the head of the constitutional and Federal committees Vladimir Pligin and Viktor kidyaev (both EP) has prepared a bill of approval for ten years.