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State Duma
Government (339)     United Russia
United Russia
(338)      Independent (1)Opposition (105)     Communist Party (42)      LDPR (40)      A Just Russia
A Just Russia
(23)Other (2)     Rodina (1)      Civic Platform (1)      Vacant (4)[1][2][3][4]ElectionsVoting system Party-list proportional representation
Party-list proportional representation
(2007 and 2011 elections) Parallel voting with 5% threshold (1993-2003 elections and since 2016 elections[5])Last election18 September 2016Next electionSeptember 2021Meeting placeState Duma
Duma
Building 1 Okhotny Ryad Street, MoscowWebsitewww.duma.gov.ruThis article is about the modern Russian assembly
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A Just Russia
A Just Russia[8][9] (Russian: Справедливая Россия, СР, Spravedlivaya Rossiya, SR, esers (эсеры)) also translated as Fair Russia,[10][11] or A Fair and Just Russia,[12] is a social democratic[1][2][13] political party in Russia
Russia
currently holding 23 of the 450 seats in the State Duma. The party was formed on October 28, 2006, as a merger of the left wing of Rodina, the Russian Party of Life
Russian Party of Life
and the Russian Pensioners' Party. Later, six further minor parties joined.[14] A Just Russia's platform is based on the principles of fairness, freedom and solidarity.[15] It calls for a "New Socialism
Socialism
of the 21st Century", which guarantees the rights and freedoms of the individual and ensures the proper functioning of a welfare state
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Russian Legislative Election, 2003
Gennadiy Seleznyov Party of Russia's RebirthChairman-designate Boris Gryzlov United RussiaElection resultsDistribution of the constituency seats by federal subject.List  United Russia   People's Party   Communist Party   Rodina   Yabloko   Party of Rebirth/Party of Life   Union of Right Forces   Agrarian Party   Great Russia   New Deal   Business Development Party   Self-nominations   Seat not filledParliamentary elections were held in Russia
Russia
on 7 December 2003.[1] At stake were the 450 seats in the State Duma (Gosudarstvennaya Duma), the lower house of the Federal Assembly of Russia. As expected, the pro- Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin
United Russia
Russia
party received the most votes and won the most seats
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Russian Legislative Election, 2007
Boris Gryzlov United RussiaChairman-designate Boris Gryzlov United RussiaRussiaThis article is part of a series on the politics and government of the Russian FederationConstitution LawMental Health Law Russian Criminal Code Tax CodePresidencyPresident: Vladimir PutinPresidential Administration Security Council State CouncilExecutivePrime Minister: Dmitry MedvedevGovernment Cabinet (54th)LegislatureFederal AssemblyFederation Council Chairman: Valentina MatviyenkoState Duma 7th convocation Chairman: Vyacheslav VolodinJudiciaryConstitutional Court Supreme Court Prosecutor General Supreme Court of Arbitration Legal systemElectionsPresidential elections Legislative elections Central Election Commission Electoral geography Political parties List of presidential candidatesFederalismFederal subjects Heads of federal subjects Regional parliaments
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Proportional Representation
Proportional representation
Proportional representation
(PR) characterizes electoral systems by which divisions in an electorate are reflected proportionately in the elected body.[1] If n% of the electorate support a particular political party, then roughly n% of seats will be won by that party.[2] The essence of such systems is that all votes contribute to the result: not just a plurality, or a bare majority, of them
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Russian Legislative Election, 2011
Boris Gryzlov United RussiaChairman-designate Sergey Naryshkin United RussiaRussiaThis article is part of a series on the politics and government of the Russian FederationConstitution LawMental Health Law Russian Criminal Code Tax CodePresidencyPresident: Vladimir PutinPresidential Administration Security Council State CouncilExecutivePrime Minister: Dmitry MedvedevGovernment Cabinet (54th)LegislatureFederal AssemblyFederation Council Chairman: Valentina MatviyenkoState Duma 7th convocation Chairman: Vyacheslav VolodinJudiciaryConstitutional Court Supreme Court Prosecutor General Supreme Court of Arbitration Legal systemElectionsPresidential elections Legislative elections Central Election Commission Electoral geography Political parties List of presidential candidatesFederalismFederal subjects Heads of federal subjects Regional parliaments<
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Communist Party Of The Russian Federation
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation
Communist Party of the Russian Federation
(CPRF; Russian: Коммунистическая Партия Российской Федерации; КПРФ; Kommunisticheskaya Partiya Rossiyskoy Federatsii, KPRF) is a communist and Marxist–Leninist political party in Russia. The party is often viewed as the immediate successor of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, which was banned in 1991 by then-President Boris Yeltsin. It is the second largest political party in the Russian Federation after United Russia. The youth organisation of the party is the Leninist Young Communist League
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Liberal Democratic Party Of Russia
The LDPR (Russian: ЛДПР),[12][13] formerly the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia
Russia
(Russian: Либерально-Демократическая Партия России – Liberal'no-Demokraticheskaya Partiya Rossii), is a socially conservative[8] and economically interventionist political party led by Vladimir Zhirinovsky
Vladimir Zhirinovsky
since its founding in 1989. Opposing both communism and neoliberal capitalism of the 1990s, the party scored a major success in the 1993 Russian Duma elections, receiving a plurality of votes. In the elections in 2007, the party received 8.14% of the vote, giving it 40 of the 450 seats in the State Duma
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Russian Ecological Party "The Greens"
The Russian Ecological Party "The Greens"
Russian Ecological Party "The Greens"
(Russian: Российская экологическая партия «Зеленые», Rossiiskaya ekologicheskaya partiya "Zelyonyye") is a green political party in the Russian Federation. It was founded in 1992 as the Constructive Ecological Party "KEDR"
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Russian Legislative Election, 1999
Gennadiy Seleznyov Communist PartyChairman-designate Gennadiy Seleznyov Communist PartyElection resultsLiberal Democratic nominee Vladimir Zhirinovsky
Vladimir Zhirinovsky
campaigning for his partyParliamentary elections were held in Russia
Russia
on 19 December 1999.[1] At stake were the 450 seats in the State Duma
State Duma
(Gosudarstvennaya Duma), the lower house of the Federal Assembly of Russia. According to the 1993 electoral law, 225 members of the house were allocated proportionally, using statewide party lists, while other 225 members were elected in single-member constituencies, using first past the post system
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Communists Of Russia
Communists of Russia
Russia
(KR) is a communist party in Russia. Founded in May 2009 as a public non-commercial organisation and officially registered as a political party in April 2012, its ideology is Marxism–Leninism. The KR has regional organisations in 69 regions and operates in 70 regions of Russia
Russia
and has official affiliation with two inter-regional public associations: the Communists of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region and the Communists of the Far East
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Party Of Growth
Party of Growth
Party of Growth
(Russian: Партия Роста; Partiya Rosta (pronounced [ˈpartʲɪjə ˈrostə]; until March 2016, "Just Cause" Pravoye Delo pronounced [ˈpravəjə ˈdʲɛɫə]) is a political party in Russia
Russia
with representatives in several local legislatures. Founded on 18 February 2009 as a merger of the Union of Rightist Forces (partly, other members joined to Solidarnost), Civilian Power
Civilian Power
and the Democratic Party of Russia, the party's main policy stances are liberal free market economy, democracy and protecting the rights of the middle class
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People's Freedom Party
The People's Freedom Party
People's Freedom Party
(Russian: Партия народной свободы, Partiya narodnoy svobody), or PARNAS (Russian: ПАРНАС),[3] is a Russian liberal democratic political party. Founded in November 1990 in the Russian SFSR
Russian SFSR
as a pro-reform and pro-democracy party, the later Republican Party of Russia
Russia
(RPR) became one of Russia’s oldest political parties. In 2007 the party was denied re-registration and declared to be dissolved by the Russian Supreme Court. It was only after the European Court of Human Rights ruled that the denial of registration was unlawful that it could restore its official registration in May 2012
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Patriots Of Russia
Patriots of Russia
Russia
(Russian: Патриоты России, Patrioty Rossii) is a left-wing nationalist and socialist political party in Russia. It was established in April 2005 by Gennady Semigin, who was expelled from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
Communist Party of the Russian Federation
after he failed in a power struggle with Gennady Zyuganov.Contents1 History 2 Ideology 3 Electoral results3.1 State Duma 3.2 Regions 3.3 Presidential elections4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] In 2006 Gennadiy Semigin and his new party “Patriots of Russia” joined the Rodina faction in the Duma
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Civilian Power
Civilian Power
Civilian Power
(or Citizens' Force, Russian: Гражданская сила) is a liberal political party in the Russian Federation. The organization was called the Network Party for Support of the Small and Middle Business in 2002, then renamed Free Russia
Russia
in 2004, and in February 2007 changed to Civilian Power. Members of the political council include:Mikhail Barshchevsky Valdis Pelsh Tatyana Ustinova Maxim Kononenko Eduard UspenskyContents1 History 2 Electoral results2.1 Presidential elections3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit]Logo Party from 2007 - 2014The "Free Russia" party was created in 2004, based on small and medium-sized Russian businesses. On October 8, 2006, the party overtook the 7% barrier on the legislative elections in Novgorod District. In November 2006, the 6th party conference was held
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