- Russian constitutional referendum, 1993
A referendum was held in
Russiaon 12 December, 1993. It was initiated by President Boris Yeltsinafter the fall of the Supreme Soviet. Yeltsin aim was to enhance Presidential powers with a new Constitution.
The total number of registered voters: 106,170,835
The number of people who participated in voting: 58,187,755, which is 54.81 %.
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