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Putin Wins with 87.3 Pct of Votes after 99.83 Pct Ballots Counted: CEC

By Xinhua|Mar 19,2024

Vladimir Putin meets the press at his campaign headquarters in Moscow, Russia, March 18, 2024. (Photo/Cao Yang, Xinhua)

Moscow - Russia's incumbent President Vladimir Putin wins with 87.3 percent of votes in the presidential elections after 99.83 percent of ballots were counted, showed the latest data from the Russian Central Election Commission (CEC) on Monday.

This photo taken on March 17, 2024 shows a screen displaying the real-time statistics of Russia's presidential election in Moscow, Russia. (Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr, Xinhua)

Communist Party candidate Nikolai Kharitonov is in second place with 4.31 percent. Vladislav Davankov from Russia's New People Party has received 3.83 percent of the votes, and Leonid Slutsky, head of the Liberal Democratic Party, has secured 3.21 percent of the votes, showed the data.

The Russian presidential elections were held for three days from March 15 to 17. Under Russian presidential election regulations, a candidate who receives more than 50 percent of the votes will secure victory.

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