MOSCOW, February 5. /TASS./ CEC checked signatures of voters, collected for participation in elections of the candidate from the party “Yabloko” Grigory Yavlinsky: not corresponding to the requirements of the law recognized 1.07% of the valid signatures in the marriage threshold of 5%. This was reported to journalists the Deputy Chairman of the Central electoral Commission Nikolay Bulaev.

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“This means that the proposal of the working group at the CEC session will be a short – register”, – he said .

CEC also checked signatures of voters, collected for participation in elections of the candidate from the Party of growth, the business Ombudsman Boris Titov: not corresponding to the requirements of law recognized by 4.35 percent.

“This is the largest number of signatures recognized invalid, but all the same, a quantity which does not allow to refuse registration, so on Wednesday at a meeting of the CEC will consider a draft decision proposed by the working group for verification of signatures, with the recommendation of the register [of the candidate],” said Bulaev.

Among the signatures of voters, collected for participation in elections of the candidate in presidents from party “Russian people’s Union” Sergei Baburin, not corresponding to the requirements of the law recognized 3,18%.

“This is the value which allows to expect that the CEC will decide on the registration of Sergei Nikolaevich Baburin candidate in presidents of the Russian Federation,” said Baburin.

Candidates from non-parliamentary parties to register was to turn to the CEC no less than 100 thousand and not more than 105 thousand signatures of voters. To check all candidates, the CEC was collected 60 thousand signatures. If the percentage of defects in the sample exceeds 5%, additional checks 30 thousand signatures. To register for elections the percentage of defects in the total sample should not exceed 5%.

CEC 31 Jan has completed the reception from the candidates of signatures and documents for registration. Of the 16 candidates, collect signatures, turned them in only six: Vladimir Putin, participating in elections as the independent candidate, the candidate from “Yabloko” Grigory Yavlinsky, the business Ombudsman, the leader of the Party of growth Boris Titov, TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak, launched the “Civil initiatives”, head of the “Communists of Russia” Maxim suraykin and the leader of the party “Russian people’s Union” Sergei Baburin. Another two candidates – Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR) and Pavel Grudinin (KPRF) – are exempted from collecting signatures, as nominated by parliamentary parties, and registration.