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MOSCOW, October 15 (Itar-Tass) —— The United Russia party list was supported by 59.93% of votes at the parliamentary elections in North Ossetia. The state automated system Elections confirmed these results after the vote count at all polling stations.
According to the election results made public so far, United Russia gained at least 15 seats from one-mandate constituencies.
The Patriots of Russia Party made a big success at the elections. Some 17.39% of voters supported the list of this party. The candidates from this party won at least in three one-mandate constituencies. The success of the Patriots of Russia is even greater, as they were not represented in the previous parliament in North Ossetia.
The Communist party list also succeeded to clear a 7% election hurdle and gained 8.34% of votes. A candidate from this party has won in a one-mandate constituency.
A candidate from the A Just Russia Party and an independent candidate were also elected in the regional parliament.
The turnout at the parliamentary elections in North Ossetia reached 57.9%.
There are 70 deputy seats in the North Ossetian parliament. A half of deputies are elected on the party lists, another half from the one-mandate constituencies.