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 UKRAINE
 
  1994 1998 2002 2006
  % Seats % Seats % Seats % Seats
PR - - 0,9 - ZJU 32,1 186
BJUT - - - - 7,3 21 22,3 129
NU - - - - 23,6 112 14,0 81
SPU 3,1 14 8,6 20 6,9 24 5,7 33
KPU 12,7 86 24,7 121 20,0 66 3,7 21
BNV - - 4,1 16 3,2 - 2,9 -
NBL - - 3,7 9 ZJU 2,4 -
PRP - - 3,1 3 NU 1,5 -
SDPUO 0,4 2 4,0 17 6,3 23 1,0 -
PZU 0,3 - 5,4 19 1,3 - 0,5 -
NDP - - 5,1 28 ZJU 0,5 -
SelPU 2,7 19 SPU 14 0,4 - 0,3 -
NRU 5,2 20 9,4 46 NU NU
ZJU - - - - 11,8 102 - -
TU - - 3,1 1 ZJU - -
VOH - - 4,7 24 - - - -
Ind. 66,5 168 - 111 - 95 - -
Unfilled - 112 - 5 - - - -
Others 9,1 29 23,2 16 19,2 7 13,1 -
Total -  450 - 450 - 450 - 450

PR: Party of Regions (1998: Party of Regional Revival, PRVU); BJUT: Bloc Yuliya Tymoshenko; NU: Bloc Our Ukraine; SPU: Socialist Party of Ukraine; KPU: Communist Party of Ukraine; BNV: Bloc Nataliya Vitrenko (1998: Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, PSPU); NBL: People's Bloc Lytvyn (1998: Agrarian Party of Ukraine, APU); PRP: Reforms and Order Party (2006: Bloc PRP-PORA); SDPUO: Social-Democratic Party of Ukraine - United; PZU: Green Party of Ukraine; NDP: People's Democratic Party; ZJU: Bloc For One Ukraine; SelPU: Peasant Party of Ukraine; NRU: Ukrainian People's Movement; TU: Labour Ukraine; VOH: All Ukrainian Union Community. Listed are parties that gained more than 3% in at least one election. Sources: Central Election Commission [http://www.cvk.gov.ua]; Election Database Eastern Europe [http://www.essex.ac.uk/elections]; own completions. © 2006
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