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MOSCOW, December 5 (Itar-Tass) —— The United Russia party leads in the Duma election in Moscow; it has collected 46.5 percent of votes in Moscow after 97.21 percent of ballot papers were counted.
The Communist party has collected 19.37 percent of votes in its support; Just Russia - 12.16 percent, LDPR - 9.5 percent, Yabloko - 8.57 percent, Patriots of Russia - 1.34 percent, Right Cause - 0.82 percent, Head of the Moscow Election Commission Valentin Gorbunov said, quoting the results of protocols from 3, 279 polling stations in Moscow.
The turnout in the Duma election in Moscow was 61.4 percent, Gorbunov said.