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 Homeless persons allowed voting in Russian parliamentary elections

Persons of no fixed abode in the Russian Federation will be able to vote in the elections of deputies of the State Duma on the territory of the Kazan railway station in Moscow.

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax.

The City Election Commission made this decision granting the motion of Moscow's Human Rights Commissioner Tatiana Potyaeva.

"Voting process for such citizens will be organized at the polling station No. 4003 located at the Kazan railway station," the news agency's interlocutor said.

He added that persons of no fixed abode will not be able to vote for the candidates running for parliament seats at single mandate constituencies, but only for one of the parties included in the federal list of candidates.

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