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Russian CEC: Putin is new President2012-03-05 13:23
As reported by the head of Russian Central Election Comission, according to the preliminary results of the elections in the RF, the Prime-Minister Vladimir Putin has become the new President.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Rosbalt.ru , according to the preliminary results of the elections in the RF, the Prime-Minister Vladimir Putin has become the new President, the head of the Central Election Comission Vladimir Churov stated.
After Vladimir Churov made this statement, the CEC members, as well as observers and journalists present in the press center of the Central Election Commission, started applauding, the edition reported.
According to the Gazeta.ru , at the moment, Russian CEC has counted 99% of the ballots. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin wins the presidential election in the first round, gaining 63.82% of the vote. Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov has received three times less, 17.18%; the businessman Mikhail Prokhorov - 7.77%. The LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky has taken the fourth place with a score of 6.23%; Sergey Mironov, has gained 3.84% vote.
Vladimir Putin has received a record support in the North Caucasus in Dagestan, where he has scored 92.85% vote; approximately the same figure in Ingushetia; in Chechnya the result is nearly 100%, the edition reported.