The Central Election Commission published preliminary data on how many deputy mandates each of the parties that entered the new State Duma will receive.
United Russia won 198 seats (in single-mandate constituencies) and 126 seats (in party lists). A total of 324 mandates, transfers TASS.
Communist Party of the Russian Federation: 9 + 48 (57 seats). “Fair Russia – Patriots – For the Truth” – 8 + 19 (27 seats). Liberal Democratic Party: 2 + 19 (21 mandates).
According to the lists, the New People party gets 13 mandates. One mandate per constituency went to the “Party of Growth”, “Civic Platform” and “Motherland”. Self-nominated candidates will receive five more mandates.
There are 450 seats in the State Duma in total, and United Russia receives a constitutional majority (more than 2/3 of the seats) following the elections. In the presence of such an advantage, the party can pass federal laws without the support of other factions.
According to party lists, after counting 100% of the protocols, “United Russia”, according to the CEC, received 49.82% of the votes, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – 18.93%, the Liberal Democratic Party – 7.55%, “Fair Russia – Patriots – For the Truth” – 7, 46%, New People – 5.32%.
The Party of Pensioners (2.45%), Yabloko (1.34%) and Communists of Russia (1.27%) have not overcome the 5% barrier and will not be represented in the State Duma, writes RBC.
51.68% of voters took part in voting in the elections to the State Duma.
Independent experts believe that the elections were held with numerous rigging. Electoral analyst Sergei Shpilkin, who uses mathematical methods to investigate the official results of voting in Russia, made a conclusionthat in the past elections without falsifications, United Russia would have received a little more than 30% of the votes on the federal list.
Electronic voting, applied in the elections to the State Duma, for the first time represents “an absolute evil – a black box that no one controls”, said Sergei Shpilkin Meduza. The publication of the results of this vote in Moscow was postponed several times, and as a result, they appeared in the public domain only in the middle of the day on Monday – later than the data of ordinary precinct election commissions. As a result, out of 15 Moscow single-mandate constituencies in eight, where opposition candidates, including those supported by Smart Vote, were in the lead, the winners changed.
According to the results of the gubernatorial elections held in several regions, all the current heads won, according to the CEC. In the Khabarovsk Territory, the acting head of the region Mikhail Degtyarev has 56.81% of the votes, in Tuva, the acting head of the republic Vladislav Khovalyg – 86.81% of the votes, in the Tver region Igor Rudenya won with a score of 52.33%, in the Tula region with a score of 83, Alexey Dyumin won 7%.
In the elections for the head of the Ulyanovsk region, after counting 100% of the ballots, Alexey Russkikh won with 83.16%, in Chechnya – Ramzan Kadyrov with 99.7%, in Mordovia – Artem Zdunov with 78.26% of the vote, in the Belgorod region – the acting head of the region Vyacheslav Gladkov from 78.79%.
The head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova, said that a total of 25,830 ballots were invalidated, and the election results were canceled at three polling stations in Crimea, Kalmykia and St. Petersburg.