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VLADIVOSTOK, December 9 (Itar-Tass) —— The territorial election committee in the Primorsky Territory summed up the final results of the elections to the Primorsky Legislative Assembly on Friday.
Four political parties were elected in a new territorial Legislative Assembly. United Russia gained 33.65% of votes (seven seats out of 20 seats), the CPRF – 23.81% (five seats), the LDPR – 19.83% (four seats) and Just Russia – 19.82% (four seats).
Primorsky Governor Sergei Darkin and incumbent senator from the Primorsky Territory Vyacheslav Fetisov were elected in the Primorsky parliament on the United Russia party list, a source in the territorial election committee told Itar-Tass. The LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky and State Duma deputies from the Communist Party Vladimir Grishukov and from Just Russia Svetlana Goryacheva were elected on the party lists from other parties.
A candidate can refuse from the seat in the Legislative Assembly and to pass a mandate to a candidate next in the party list within five days, chairperson of the committee Tatiana Gladkikh said.
Forty deputies will work in the Legislative Assembly in the Primorsky Territory. Twenty deputies were elected on the party lists and 20 deputies were elected in the single mandate constituencies. United Russia gained 23 seats, the CPRF – nine seats, Just Russia and the LDPR – four seats each in a new Primorsky parliament with due account of the single mandate constituencies.