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MOSCOW, December 5 (Itar-Tass) — The voter turnout in elections to regional parliaments held in 27 Russian regions on Sunday grew ten percent as compared with the previous elections in those regions, the deputy chairman of the Russian Central Election Commission, Leonid Ivlev, said on Monday.
According to Ivlev “an average voter turnout at regional elections reached 50.3 percent. He said an average figure of voters’ activity at the previous election in those regions was 40.7 percent.
Mordovia was the most active among those regions with 94.5 percent of eligible voters taking part. The lowest voter turnout – 48 percent, was in the Perm region.
Ivlev confirmed that according to early results, United Russia leads in party-list results.