Source Pravda.Ru

Parliament elections in Russia: Latest results

After 90.6% of the ballots processed, the leader of Russian parliament (Duma) elections is “United Russia” with 36.84%. Communist Party of Russian Federation is next with 12.74%, then comes Liberal Democrats with 11.8% and “Rodina” (Homeland) had 9.2% at the time. Fifty independent candidates also won places in next Duma. The following parties did not receive the needed minimum of 5%, and hence will not get any places by federal list (only 5-6 individual candidates from these parties will sit in Duma): “Yabloko” (4.3%), SPS (Union of Right Forces) (3.9%), Agricultural Party (3.8%), Russian pensioners and Social Justice party (3.2%), “Russia Renaissance party – party of Life” (1.9%), Union (1.2%), People’s Party (1.2%), “New course – automobile Russia” (0.8%), Rus (0.3%), Party of peace and unity (0.3%), Russian Democratic party (0.2%), True Patriots of Russia (0.2%)

The remaining parties did not gather more than 0.2%.

4.74% of the electioneers voted against all parties.

The final results will be ready by 15:00 Moscow time.

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