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 CRIMEA / RU (status disputed)
 
  1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010
  % Seats % Seats % Seats % Seats % Seats % Seats
PR     - - - - (3,2) 3 32,6 32 48,9 80
KPU (BG)     (2,0) 2 (38,0)  38 (16,1) 15 6,6 9 7,4 5
NRU     - - - - - - 6,3 8 7,0 5
S     - - (4,0) 4 - - 7,6 10 5,3 5
RE (RB, RUS-ZRE)     - - - - (3,2) 3 PR 12 4,0 3
SU     - - - - - - - - 3,6 2
VOB (BJUT)     - - - - - - 6,0 8 2,7 -
PSPU (BNV)     - - - - - - 5,0 7 1,7 -
NP (APU)     - - (5,0) 5 (11,8) 11 - - 0,6 -
BK     - - - - - - 7,6 10 - -
SDPUO (BNT)     - - - - (3,2) 3 3,1 4 - -
SPU     - - (1,0) 1 - - 1,0 - - -
NDP     - - (4,0) 4 (8,6) 8 - - - -
SelPU     - - - - (1,1) 1 - - - -
TU     - - - - (1,1) 1 - - - -
PPPU     - - - - (1,1) 1 - - - -
DS     - - - - (1,1) 1 - - - -
PER     (3,0) 3 (1,0) 1 - - - - - -
BR     (57,0) 57 - - - - - - - -
KTMM     (16,0) 16 - - - - - - - -
RPK     (2,0) 2 - - - - - - - -
Independents     (20,0) 20 (47,0) 47 (49,5) 46 - - - -
Unfilled     - - - - - 7 - - - -
Others/Against all     - - - - - - 24,3 - 18,8 -
Turnout     - 100 - 100 - 100 64,7 100 47,7 100

Notes: Data not available (1990). Percentages indicate proportion of seats and not vote share (1994-2002). Abbreviations: PR: Party of Regions; KPU: Communist Party of Ukraine (2002: Grach Bloc, BG); NRU: Qurultay-People's Movement of Ukraine; S: Union; RE: Russian Unity (2002: Rus'-Ukrainian Union, RUS + For Russian Unity, ZRE; 2006: Russian Bloc, RB); SU: Strong Ukraine; VOB: All-Ukrainian Union Fatherland (2006: Bloc Yulia Tymoshenko, BJUT); PSPU: Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine (2006: Bloc Natalia Vitrenko, BNV); NP: People's Party (1998-2002: Agrarian Party of Ukraine, APU); BK: Kunitsyn Bloc; SDPUO: Social-Democratic Party of Ukraine-United (2006: Bloc Not So, BNT); SPU: Socialist Party of Ukraine; NDP: People's Democratic Party; SelPU: Peasant Party of Ukraine; TU: Working Ukraine; PPPU: Party of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Ukraine; DS: Democratic Union; PER: Party of Economic Revival of Crimea; BR: Bloc Russia; KTMM: Crimean Tatars; RPK: Republican Party of Crimea. Sources: Election Commission (http://www.izbircom.crimea-portal.gov.ua); Wikipedia (http://uk.wikipedia.org); own completions. 2010 Wolfram Nordsieck.