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MOSCOW, December 5 (Itar-Tass) —— The ruling United Russia party leads the Duma polls abroad, Central Election Commission member Yelena Dubrovina said on Monday, December 5.
United Russia received 48.38 percent of votes at Baikonur, Kazakhstan, and 61.31 percent at other polling stations abroad.
Voting abroad took place in 145 countries.
The Communist Party was second with 16.31 percent in Baikonur, followed by the Liberal Democratic Party with 15.66 percent and Just Russia with 11.89 percent of votes.
At other polling stations abroad, the Communist Party is second with 12.15 percent, followed by the Liberal Democratic Party with 8.6 percent and Just Russia with 7.91 percent of votes.
Yabloko received 7.65 percent on the whole and 2.86 percent in Baikonur.