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CEC registers all deputies elected from UDAR party

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Nov. 27, 2012 19:40
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The Central Election Commission at its sitting on Tuesday registered all MPs elected at the parliamentary elections from the UDAR party headed by World heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko.
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The Central Election Commission at its sitting on Tuesday registered all MPs elected at the parliamentary elections from the UDAR party. 

Thirty-four deputies were successfully registered under the party list, and six deputies elected in the majority districts, UDAR's representative in CEC Valeriy Karpuntsov said, the party's press service reported.

"We in principle handed to Central Election Commission a package of the documents on all newly-elected deputies and are sure that our faction will be strong and solid. We're intending to work seriously to implement our election program, to return independence and the parliament's authority," Karpuntsov said.

As reported, on November 27 CEC registered another 76 MPs.

At the sitting on Tuesday, the CEC registered 22 candidates from the majority districts and 54 candidates elected under party lists, including 34 from the UDAR party, 12 from the Communist party list; four from Svoboda, three from Batkivschyna, and one from the Regions Party.

In particular, among the majority candidates there are 12 representatives of Regions Party; six representatives from UDAR party; two independent candidates and one from Batkivschyna and Svoboda parties each.

As of November 27, CEC had registered 383 MPs. 

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