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KIEV, November 10 (Itar-Tass) —— Ukraine's Central Election Commission on Saturday announced the final results of the October 28 parliamentary elections for the parties.
Representatives of five political forces will work in the new Supreme Rada, beginning December 17.
The ruling Party of Regions won most of the votes in the multi-seat constituency and has 72 seats. The second is the united opposition with 62 seats. Deputies of the party UDAR will take 34 seats in the parliaments. The right party Freedom has 25 seats, and the Communist Party receives 32.
The Ukrainian parliament has 450 seats, 225 of which are taken by deputies from party lists. The other 225 deputies are elected in the majoritarian constituencies. The Election Commission must announce the results of the country's entire constituency till November 12.