Russian elections ..in the party close to Putin tests the results

Preliminary results released by the Central Electoral Commission of Russia revealed that President Vladimir Putin’s party, “United Russia”, won the elections to the State Duma (the camera low of the country’s parliament) with 38.57% of the total votes.

The Russian Electoral Commission had previously announced that voter turnout in the State Duma elections had exceeded 40%.

The voting process will continue questyear for three consecutive days, with voters having the opportunity to cast their vote online.

At around 15.00, the Central Electoral Commission of Russia confirmed that the turnout for the elections to the Duma (the camera low of the country’s parliament) was 40.49%.

This happens in one moment in which the elections to the State Duma continue in concomitance with elections for legislative bodies in 39 regions of the country and elections for nine regions.

So far, the polling stations have been closed in all regions of the Russian Far East.

The head of the Social Commission for Election Monitoring, Alexei Venediktov, confirmed that the turnout at 3:00 pm this morning in the capital Moscow was 43.11%, surpassing the 2016 figure when the turnout was 35.22% according to the final results.

Here are the latest data on the turnout in the elections to the State Duma (the camera low) and local parliaments in several other Russian regions:

Primorje Region – 35.06%
Khabarovsk Territory – over 42%
Republic of Buryatia – 38.26%
Ikotsk Province – 33.72%
Kemerovo Province – 69.87%
Republic of Ingushetia – over 70 ڈ
Krasnodar Territory – over 45%
Krasnoyarsk Territory – 37.6%
Novosibirsk Province – 34.46%
Tomsk district – 37.24 percent
Voronezh Province – 45.54%
Republic of Tatarstan – 70.4%
Ulyanovsk Province – over 27%
Tyumen Province – 41.25%
Belgorod Province – over 40%
Province of Penza – over 50 percent
Moscow Province – over 29.7%
As for the elections for presidents of nine regions of Russia, voter turnout fluctuates between 25 and 76%, according to the latest figures released this morning by the Central Election Committee.

At the top of this list the Chechen Republic with a turnout of 76.88%, followed by the Republic of Tuva (69.49%), the Republic of Mordovia (47.74%), the Belgorod Region (42.88%) ), from the Penza Region (41.78%). , the Khabarovsk region (38.66%), the Tula region (38.45%) and the Penza region (38.66%), Ulyanovsk (31.97%) and the Tver province (25.33%) %).

The voting process will continue questyear for three consecutive days, with voters having the opportunity to cast their vote online.

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