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Five parties will take part in the elections to the Legislative Assembly of Kamchatka
In the election commission of the Kamchatka Territory, five parties submitted documents to certify the list of candidates. They were nominated in single-mandate constituencies and as part of the regional list of candidates for deputies of the regional Legislative Assembly of the fourth convocation.
As the RAI "KAMCHATKA-INFORM", The" Party for Justice "," New People "," United Russia ", the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the" Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice "are planning to participate in the elections this year. Now all documents are being checked by the relevant authorities. After it, a decision will be made on the registration of the list of candidates.
One candidate was nominated from the Party for Justice, 36 candidates from the party list and 5 from single-mandate constituencies are planning to participate in the elections. United Russia nominated 67 candidates in the party list and another 14 in single-mandate constituencies. From the "Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice" 24 candidates on the party list will compete for posts in the Legislative Assembly, and 46 candidates on the lists and 13 on single-mandate constituencies from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
In total, the Legislative Assembly of Kamchatka has 28 seats. Half of them will be occupied by parties, and the other half - by single-mandate and self-nominated candidates.
So far, only the LDPR candidate Valery Kalashnikov has declared itself as a candidate for elections to the State Duma from the region.