Results of the elections from September 9 to 11 in Russia

0 19

Governor elections were held in 14 provinces of the country

Photo: Moscow City News Agency

Governor elections were held in 14 regions of the country: Vladimir, Tambov, Yaroslavl, Tomsk, Kirov, Saratov, Kaliningrad, Ryazan, Sverdlovsk and Novgorod regions, as well as Udmurtia, Karelia, Buryatia and Mari L. , the parliament of Adygea also elected the head of the region – Murat Kumpilov led the republic by consensus of its representatives.

All these constituent entities of the Russian Federation will not have a second round – their current leaders won. who represented the party “United Russia”. With which the winners (temporarily, but confidently) were congratulated by their president Dmitry Medvedev. He came to this conclusion: the results of the elections (not only for governors, but also for deputies) are an indicator that the people have turned to the leader of the country.

In some cases, such as in Tambov, Vladimir and Yaroslavl regions, as well as, for example, in Buryatia, according to preliminary data, the heads of regions received more than 80% of the vote. And perhaps the best results were achieved by the head of the westernmost enclave, Kaliningrad, which appeared to be literally at the forefront of the fight against sanctions.

The governor of the Sverdlovsk region, Evgeny Kuyvashev, was leading in both regions after counting 5% of the protocol and after evaluating 50% of the protocol: he confidently received almost two-thirds (more precisely) 65.7% of the votes. . His closest follower, the Communist Party’s Alexander Ivachev, fluctuated around 8%, while the Liberal Democratic Party’s Alexander Kaptayug dropped less than 4%. To the same extent, Alexander Demin (“New People”) gained support, while Andrei Kuznetsov, a representative of the Social Revolutionaries, had little success.

In Buryatia, the head of the region, Alexey Tsidenov, who said in a live federal broadcast after 9:00 p.m. that the company “passed calmly, evenly”, led with 86% of the vote. Despite the fact that the share in the republic reached almost 40%. It is significant that the alignment of forces between the rivals was very similar to the situation in Sverdlovsk. The second or third place was shared by the candidate of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Viktor Maleshenko, and the representative of the Liberal Democratic Party, Sergey Dorosh, and the candidate of the New People’s Party, Seamen Mathiev, closed the “group of torturers”. “The party won in all directions,” the head of the region, a representative of United Russia, noted with satisfaction.

Vladimir Mazur, the interim head of the Tomsk region, won 84% of the vote after two-thirds of the protocol. She was followed by Just Russia representative Galina Nemtseva, who received just 8 percent of the vote. In the third row is the Communist Party candidate, Andrey Petrov, vice-chairman of the Tomsk City Duma. Behind him was lawyer Victoria Grineva.

In Adygea, representatives of the State Council of the Republic re-elected the current Head of the Republic, Murat Kumpilov, who has been in office since 2017. This decision was taken unanimously.

Acting head of the Vladimir region, Alexander Avdev, received 86.5% of the vote. His rivals Sergey Biryukov (Fair Russia-For Truth), Sergey Kornyshov (LDPR), Anton Sidorko (KPRF) and Alexander Sabbotin (Party Growth) were far behind.

In the Yaroslavl region, interim governor Mikhail Evraev received more than 83% of the vote. The remaining votes were shared by his rivals Igor Miloradov, Mikhail Parmonov, Vladimir Smirnov, Konstantin Tukiev.

Alexander Sokolov, executive governor of the Kirov region, received 72.8% of the vote. Sergei Mamaev (KPRF), Fedor Luginin (Motherland), Vladimir Ponariev (LDPR), Yuri Moiseev (Communist of Russia) could not seriously compete with him.

In Karelia, the head of the republic said the election campaign was competitive and transparent. At the end of the election, Artur Parfenchikov, who won more than 69%, said: CHR inspectors in this company indicated that no violations were reported.

In the Saratov region, the acting head of the region, Roman Busargin, approached the 80% barrier.

In the Ryazan region, 85%, previously, from the head of the region, Pavel Malkov.

In the Novgorod region, Andrey Nikitin got 76.4%

In Udmurtia, over 62% was recruited by the head of the region Alexander Brechalov.

The data of Maxim Egorova, the head of the Tambov region in his region, reached 88%.

In Mari L, Yuri Zaitsev’s figure was 65.9%.

According to preliminary data, Kaliningrad Region Governor Anton Alikhanov received about 83% of the vote.

The heads of regions themselves believe that their voters had the opportunity not only to calmly evaluate the results of their work, but also to understand with whom they should proceed.

“According to the data we have, everything went well, everything followed the rules of the election law. Naturally, individual parts can always be the subject of investigation, consideration, but in general, the result was achieved,” Dmitry Medvedev said in a conference call with the regions immediately after the vote.



Source: www.kp.ru

*Translated based on article content www.kp.ru. If there is any problem regarding content, copyright, please make a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the author’s rights. Thank you very much!

*We want to make information more quickly and easily available with other multilingual content, rather than only available in one specific language.

*We always respect the copyright of the author’s content and always include the original link to the original article. If the author disagrees, report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thank you very much! Best wishes!



For all the latest news click here

Denial of responsibility! EODBA is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – at amritpaljha@gmail.com The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.