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United Russia tentatively wins elections in Veliky Novgorod

VELIKY NOVGOROD, September 11 “United Russia “, according to preliminary data from the regional election commission, wins with 41.29% of the votes in the elections of deputies to the Veliky Novgorod Duma of the seventh convocation based on the results of processing 100% of the protocols, in second place is the Communist Party of the Russian Federation with 14.27%, the chairman of the election commission of the Novgorod region Tatyana Lebedeva told reporters .
The City Duma of Veliky Novgorod of the seventh convocation is formed according to a mixed principle: 10 deputies are elected from party lists, another 20 from single-mandate constituencies. The elections took place on September 8, 9 and 10. Turnout in Veliky Novgorod was just over 20%. Based on the voting results, seven parties will be represented in the City Duma.
Unified voting day in Russia

Polling stations have opened in 54 Russian regions.

Polling stations have opened in 54 Russian regions.

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Voting will take place in them for three days – from September 8 to 10.

Voting in them will be take place over three days – from September 8 to 10.

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Russians will have to elect 21 governors and 20 regional parliaments.

Russians will have to choose 21 governors and 20 regional parliaments.

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In five regions, the head of the executive branch will be elected not directly, but through voting in the local parliament.

In in five subjects, the head of the executive branch will be elected not directly, but through voting in the local parliament.

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The capital elects the mayor.

The capital elects a mayor.

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Five candidates are vying for the post: Sergei Sobyanin, Boris Chernyshov, Vladislav Davankov, Leonid Zyuganov and Dmitry Gusev.

Five candidates are vying for the post: Sergei Sobyanin, Boris Chernyshov, Vladislav Davankov, Leonid Zyuganov and Dmitry Gusev.

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Muscovites will also vote for deputies in 13 municipalities.

Muscovites will also vote for deputies in 13 municipalities.

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This can be done in person or online.

This can be done in person or online.

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This year the opportunity has become available for the first time cast your vote through electronic voting terminals directly at the polling stations.

This year, for the first time, it became possible to cast your vote through electronic voting terminals directly at polling stations.

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The duration of the elections was determined by the subjects themselves.

The duration of the elections was determined by the subjects themselves.

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Opportunity you can vote online in 25 regions.

The opportunity to vote online is available in 25 regions.

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As of the evening of September 6, 1.2 million citizens decided to use this method.

As of the evening of September 6, 1.2 million citizens decided to use this method.

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Moscow is not included in these statistics, since residents of the capital are not required to submit an application.

Moscow is not included in these statistics, since residents of the capital do not need to submit an application.

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There will also be additional elections for State Duma deputies in four single-mandate elections districts.

There will also be additional elections of State Duma deputies in four single-mandate districts.

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Legislative elections will be held in four new subjects.

Legislative elections will be held in four new subjects.

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Polling stations have opened in 54 Russian regions.

1 of 15

Voting will take place there for three days – from September 8 to 10.

2 out of 15

Russians will have to elect 21 governors and 20 regional parliaments.

3 out of 15

In five regions, the head of the executive branch will be elected not directly, but through voting in the local parliament.

4 out of 15

The capital elects the mayor.

5 out of 15

Five candidates are vying for the post: Sergei Sobyanin, Boris Chernyshov, Vladislav Davankov, Leonid Zyuganov and Dmitry Gusev.

6 out of 15

Muscovites will also vote for deputies in 13 municipalities.

7 out of 15

This can be done in person or online.

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This year, for the first time, it became possible to cast your vote through electronic voting terminals directly at polling stations.

9 out of 15

The duration of the elections was determined by the subjects themselves.

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The opportunity to vote online is available in 25 regions.

11 out of 15

As of the evening of September 6, 1.2 million citizens decided to use this method.

12 out of 15

Moscow is not included in these statistics, since residents of the capital are not required to submit an application.

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There will also be additional elections of State Duma deputies in four single-mandate constituencies.

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Legislative elections will be held in four new subjects.

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“United Russia” gains 41.29% of the votes, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – 14.27%, “A Just Russia – Patriots – For the Truth” – 10.25%, “New People” – 9.81%, LDPR – 8.64%, “Yabloko” – 7.37%, Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice – 5.71%,” Lebedeva clarified.

Four mandates on the lists are for “United Russia” “, the other six parties get one each.
In addition, United Russia candidates won in all 20 single-mandate constituencies. Thus, in the City Duma there will be 24 deputies from the party in power out of 30. United Russia regained its majority in the Veliky Novgorod Duma, which it lost in the elections in 2018 (with a result of 24.39% of the votes), then losing to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (with result of 30.57%).
In the previous composition of the Veliky Novgorod Duma there were five factions: “United Russia” – eight deputies, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – seven, “A Just Russia – For Truth” – four, LDPR – two, “Yabloko” – one. Another five deputies were members of the Development Coalition deputy group; three deputies were not members of any of the associations.
Elections in Russia on a single voting day in most regions began on September 8 and lasted for three days. Elections of senior officials were organized in 21 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and additional elections of State Duma deputies for four vacant seats in single-mandate electoral districts. Elections were also held in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.

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