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One Rus

One Rus (Ukrainian: Русь Єдина) is a political party in Ukraine.

It was established in June 2003 as the Slavic People's Patriotic Union.[1] On November 8, 2005 the party changed to the name of Party of Putin Policy (Ukrainian: Партія політики ПУТІНА).[2] In the 2006 Ukrainian parliamentary election the party won 0.12% of the vote and no seats.[1] In December 2008 it changed to its current name.[3] (After it had skipped participation in the 2007 Ukrainian parliamentary election.)[1]

In the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election the party won no (constituency) seats; it had competed in 3 constituencies.[4] In constituency 10 located in Bakhchysarai its candidate had won 5.15% of the votes, in constituency 2 located in Simferopol 2.10% and in constituency 4 located in Yevpatoria 0.83%.[4][5]

The party did not participate in the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election.[6]

References

  1. ^ a b c (Ukrainian) Party profile, Center of Political Information
  2. ^ (Ukrainian) Party profile, RBC Ukraine
  3. ^ (Ukrainian) "Party of Putin's policy" was renamed to "Russia only", Zik (March 11, 2009 )
  4. ^ a b (Ukrainian) Party profile of the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election, RBC Ukraine
  5. ^ 2012 Parliamentary Elections Boundary Delimitation Summary and Analysis, International Foundation for Electoral Systems (May 2012)
  6. ^ Alphabetical Index of parties in 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election, Central Election Commission of Ukraine

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