RIGA - With all votes in Latvia's parliamentary elections counted, the Central Election Commission has announced the provisional makeup of the 14th Saeima.
Data from all 1,055 polling stations have been collected, including information on markings made by voters in the ballot papers to endorse or reject particular candidates.
According to information available on the Central Election Commission's website, the New Unity has likely won 26 mandates in Latvia's next parliament. The Union of Greens and Farmers has received 16, United List 15, National Alliance 13, For Stability 11, Progressives 10, and Latvia First nine mandates.
The latest data shows that the candidates that have been elected to Saeima on the New Unity ticket include Krisjanis Karins, Edgars Rinkevics, Andrejs Judins, Inese Libina-Egnere, Irma Kalnina, Zane Skujina, Davis Martins Daugavietis, Zanda Kalnina-Lukasevica, Ugis Rotbergs, Janis Patmalnieks, Agnese Krasta, Inese Kalnina, Ainars Latkovskis, Evita Silina, Hosams Abu Meri, Andrejs Celapiters, Janis Skrastins, Raimonds Cudars, Arvils Aseradens, Inga Berzina, Anda Caksa, Agita Zarina-Sture, Rihards Kozlovskis, Anna Rancane, Martins Felss and Martins Dagis.
The candidates likely to win seats in parliament from the Union of Greens and Farmers electoral list include Gunars Kutris, Augusts Brigmanis, Andrejs Vilks, Armands Krauze, Juris Jakovins, Daiga Mierina, Harijs Rokpelnis, Kaspars Melnis, Liga Kozlovska, Anita Brakovska, Uldis Augulis, Gundars Daudze, Janis Vucans, Viktors Valainis, Andris Berzins and Liga Klavina.
The United List might be represented in parliament by Igors Rajevs, Didzis Smits, Andris Kulbergs, Lauris Lizbovskis, Raimonds Bergmanis, Edvards Smiltens, Maris Sprindzuks, Maris Kucinskis, Ceslavs Batna, Aiva Viksna, Juris Vilums, Maris Kucinskis, Linda Matisone, Atis Deksnis, Ingmars Lidaka, and Edgars Tavars, while the National Alliance might be represented by Inara Murniece, Rihards Kols, Nauris Puntulis, Raivis Dzintars, Ugis Mitrevics, Janis Dombrava, Edmunds Teirumnieks, Ilze Indriksone, Arturs Butans, Janis Vitenbergs, and Edvins Snore.
For Stability might be represented in Latvia's next parliament by Aleksejs Roslikovs, Svetlana Culkova, Natalja Marcenko-Jodko, Igors Judins, Jefimijs Klementjevs, Glorija Grevcova, Viktorija Pleskane, Viktors Pucka, Nedezda Tretjakovs, Ilja Ivanovs and Dmitrijs Kovalenko, while candidates from the Progressives party making it to the parliament might include Andris Spruds, Andris Suvajevs, Antonina Nenaseva, Skaidrite Abrama, Edmunds Cepuritis, Kaspars Briskens, Jana Simanovska, Leila Rasima, Edgars Zelders and Atis Svinka.
Ainars Slesers, Ricards Slesers, Marcis Jencitis, Olegs Burovs, Kristaps Kristopans, Linda Liepina, Vilis Kristopans, Ramona Petravica and Edmunds Zivtins have likely been elected to the Saeima on the Latvia First ticket.
In all, 912,180 people voted in the 14th Saeima elections, or 59.14 percent of eligible voters.