All-Russian voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation is expected in 2020. In January 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed amending the Russian Constitution and introduced a bill to the State Duma. The changes affect the chapters on the federal structure of the country, the president, the Federal Assembly, the government, the judiciary and the prosecutor's office, and local self-government.
In a message to the federal assembly on January 15, 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a number of amendments to the Constitution. Speech by V. Putin during a message to the Federal Assembly on January 15, 2020 On January 20, Putin introduced to the State Duma a bill "On improving the regulation of certain issues of public authority." On January 23, Duma deputies unanimously adopted it in the first reading.
Previously, there was a time bomb in the Constitution of the Russian Federation. I regard this as gifts from the Russian people. In previous constitutions, the Communist Party had the exclusive monopoly on power. The amendments are accepted and this is the right step. They will allow Russia to develop successfully in the coming decades.