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The turnout in the presidential elections in Russia to 18:00 hits 56.3%

Other News Materials 4 March 2012 19:32 (UTC +04:00)
Voter turnout in the presidential elections in Russia to 18.00 Moscow time hits 56.3%, CEC Deputy Chairman Leonid Ivlev reported.
The turnout in the presidential elections in Russia to 18:00 hits 56.3%

Voter turnout in the presidential elections in Russia to 18.00 Moscow time hits 56.3%, CEC Deputy Chairman Leonid Ivlev reported.

Turnout at 15:00 GMT, according to the CEC, was 47.6%.

"In many regions the vote has ended, now comes the ballots, and at 21.00 we will know the preliminary results. Left vote Central and North-West Federal District, the North Caucasus, the Volga region and the Kaliningrad region" - said Ivlev.

He stressed that the Russian Central Election Commission "is working closely with the violations, some confirmed, some not."

This is the latest preliminary data on voter turnout. The next time about how many people came to vote, you will be after the close of all polling stations in the country.

In the presidential election, which was first elected for six years, attended by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov, head of the Liberal Democratic Party Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the candidate of the "Fair Russia" Sergei Mironov, and self-promoted, Mikhail Prokhorov.

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