published: 14.10.2012, 07:55 | updated: 14.10.2012 08:01:07
Prague - The Czech opposition Social Democrats (CSSD) won the elections in nine regions, Communists (KSCM) in two, and the Mayors for the Liberec Region and the senior ruling Civic Democrats (ODS) each in one region, according to the final results by the Czech Statistical Office (CSU) today.
Turnout was 36.9 percent, according to the CSU web.
The CSSD won 23.6 percent of the vote nationwide, the KCSM 20.4 percent and the ODS 12.3 percent.
The extra-parliamentary Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL), who were running in various coalitions, won 9.9 percent of the vote, the government TOP 09/STAN 6.6 percent.
No other party crossed 5 percent nationwide.
The CSSD that governed all regions, with the exception of Prague, in the past four years, won the Friday-Saturday elections in the South Bohemia, South Moravia, Hradec Kralove, Zlin, Moravia-Silesia, Central Bohemia, Pardubice, Olomouc and Vysocina regions.
The Communists came first in the Usti and Karlovy Vary regions.
The ODS won in the Plzen Region. The movement Mayors for the Liberec Region came first in its region.
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