MOSCOW, January 18 - RAPSI. Almost 100 individuals have been held administrativly responsible for violations during the parliamentary elections, according to the Kremlin's press-service.
This data was provided by Prosecutor General Yury Chaika to President Dmitry Medvedev in a report of the Prosecutor General's Office.
"In general, before the report has been submitted, about 3,000 violations of the electoral laws were exposed. Prosecutors filed 1,300 requests, 760 protests against the illegal acts, and announced more than 700 warnings to stop and remedy the violations. According to the prosecutors' resolutions, 95 individuals were held administratively liable," the report reads.
United Russia, the Communist Party, A Just Russia and the Liberal Democratic Party won seats at the State Duma following the December elections. The opposition held massive rallies after the elections claiming that they were stolen.