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Russia : 90+ percent of the ballots counted 2011 Duma Election…


With over 62 percent of the ballots counted, Russia’s ruling United Russia party is at 50.13 percent, and its closest rival, the Communist Party (KPRF) is at 19.49 percent. A Just Russia is at 12.86 percent, and Liberal Democrats (LDPR) are at 11.93 percent…

4 parties with power this time… 🙂

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Update: After counting more than 90% of all ballots the United Russia Party has received slightly under a half of all votes, according to the latest figures by the Central Election Commission. The Communist Party received approximately 19 percent, A Just  Russia 13 percent, the Liberal Democratic Party nearly 12 percent. The remaining three parties will not be sending a representative to the parliament. The Yabloko party picked up only about 3 percent of the votes, and the Patriots of Russia and Right Cause less than one perscent. Some 1% of the ballots cast have been found invalid. The Central Elections Commission Chairman Vladimir Churov is idue to hold a major news conference at the Commisison’s press centre to elaborate on the preliminayr returns of the voting…

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