epa03024444 Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (behind) who heads the United Russia party's list in the current parliamentary elections and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (front), the United Russia party's candidate to run for president in elections in March 2012, visit the United Russia party's headquarters in Moscow, Russia 04 December 2011. Ruling party United Russia won Sunday‘s parliamentary election in a poll marred by hacker attacks on opposition websites and the arrests of dozens of people protesting alleged vote fraud. United Russia, which is headed by President Dmitry Medvedev, will likely obtain around 46 per cent of the national vote, an exit poll by the FOM Social Opinion survey company predicted. That is down on previous electoral showings for the party. The Communist party will likely receive 21 per cent support, the centrist Fair Russia 14.1 per cent, and the ultra-right Liberal Democrats 13.2 per cent. EPA/YURI KOCHETKOV / POOL
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