A few minutes ago, judges of the Constitutional Court completed consideration of a package of amendments to the country's Basic Law. Recall that we are talking about amendments, according to which Russian citizens are invited to speak in “package version” on April 22 — either “yes” to all amendments, or “no” - voting on each of the possible innovations is not supposed.
A message appeared on the website of the Constitutional Court stating that all the proposed amendments to the country's Basic Law "do not contradict the country's Constitution."
From a published statement by the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation:
The procedure for entry into force of Article 1 of the RF Law on the Amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation “On Improving the Regulation of Certain Issues of the Organization and Functioning of Public Power” is in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
... the provisions of the law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation “On improving the regulation of certain issues of the organization and functioning of public authority” that have not entered into force are consistent with the provisions of chapters 1, 2 and 9 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
It should be noted that the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation considered the document in record time: literally a couple of days ago it (the document) was sent for consideration. The President of Russia, turning to the judges of the Constitutional Court, asked those to express a qualified legal opinion regarding the conformity of the amendments to the country's Basic Law. And this review took place, apparently, out of turn. The amendments that are going to be introduced into the Basic Law are recognized as “fully compliant”.