In the state Duma called a provocation idea to cancel elections in time of sanctions

“Such statements seem nothing more than a provocation. At the moment I would have appreciated it”, he said, noting that the more complex the situation in the country, the more important it is for the government to establish a permanent dialogue with society. “And the election is the opportunity when there has been full dialogue between society and government and policy is made, which the authorities are already implementing on behalf of the society,” the MP said (quoted by “RIA Novosti”).

He added that this is the basis of science, and such statements “lead society from the reality in which we live”. “I would like to refer to similar experts call to be careful in their statements, even if they are directed to the good, as they think”, — concluded the Deputy.

Against the idea of cancellation of elections at the time of the sanctions said the head of the constitutional Committee of the state Duma Vladimir Pligin. He stated that there were no grounds to change the norms of the Russian Constitution now.

With the proposal not to hold elections during the imposed on Russia by the West’s economic restrictions were made by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Institute for the analysis of political infrastructure Evgeny Tunik. The corresponding address it was sent to the speaker of the state Duma Sergei Naryshkin, a copy of which was available to “RIA Novosti”. “I appeal to you as Chairman of the State Duma with the right of legislative initiative, asking them to immediately consider amendments to the Constitution amendments that will protect Russia from foreign inspired change of power and subsequent collapse,” — said in the document. It is also proposed to change the procedure of impeachment by increasing the necessary for the resignation of President number of votes of the deputies.

In the apparatus of the lower house of Parliament on the morning of 4 January the Agency announced that Naryshkin had not yet received treatment.

According to “Echo of Moscow”, Tunik headed the Institute for the analysis of political infrastructure in less than six months ago, previously worked at Kamchatka, where he engaged in the provision of transport services.