The turnout in e-voting on the amendments to the Constitution amounted to 93%. This was reported Sergei Sobyanin the TV channel "Russia 24".

"Stopped e-voting, turnout is 93%" – said Sobyanin.

Online voting began June 25 at 10:00 and ended on 30 June, 20:00. Remotely cast their votes could the residents of Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region. Only the electronic vote registered more than 1.1 million citizens.

In the electronic voting took part including the mayor and the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. The mayor recalled that the first voting process takes place within seven days.

According to the mayor, the voting method is actively used by the citizens of the city. He drew attention to the high turnout in e-voting. Sobyanin recalled that 1 July is the main day of voting, and expressed the hope that he too will be successful.

Citizens who do not have time to participate in the electronic voting, can do it July 1 at the site. To know his land at the place of permanent registration is possible online or by phone +7 (800) 222-55-52. For questions e-mail available

Earlier Vladimir Putin has addressed to citizens of the Russian Federation. He urged Russians to vote for amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Putin believes that voting for the amendments, the Russians vote for the country where you want to live.

For participants of voting on amendments to the Constitution produced two million prizes valued from one to four thousand points in the program "a Million in prizes". The winners can exchange them for bonuses and discounts at major retailers, cafes and restaurants. Certificates are issued on the days of voting, it does not matter how a citizen voted.