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Taraclia District

 

Taraclia District

Taraclia () is a district () in the south of Moldova, with the administrative center at Taraclia.

As of 1 January 2012, its population was 44,100, 65.6% of whom were ethnic Bulgarians. The district covers an area of 1,022 km² and has the lowest population density of all districts of Moldova.

Demographics

  • Births (2010): 464 (10.5 per 1000)
  • Deaths (2010): 562 (12.7 per 1000)
  • Growth Rate (2010): -98 (-2.2 per 1000)

Ethnic groups

Religion

Politics

Traditionally in Taraclia district, political and electoral support for the PCRM is higher than the rest of the southern part of Moldova. Communists have the largest percentage of the Moldova votes in this district. But the last three elections communists saw a continuous decline in percentage.

During the last three elections AEI had an increase of 147.1%

Parliament elections results
Year AEI PCRM
2010 19.75% 3,845 69.61% 13,561
July 2009 16.15% 3,183 80.70% 15,897
April 2009 8.02% 1,556 69.41% 13,477

Elections

  Summary of 28 November 2010 Parliament of Moldova election results in Taraclia District
Parties and coalitions Votes % +/−
Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova 13,561 69.61 −11.09
Democratic Party of Moldova 2,180 11,19 +1.14
Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova 1,217 6.25 +3.28
United Moldova 621 3.19 +3.19
Humanist Party of Moldova 483 2.48 +2.48
Social Democratic Party 425 2.18 +0.22
Party Alliance Our Moldova 256 1.31 −0.62
Liberal Party 192 1.00 −0.20
Other Party 548 2.79 +1.60
Total (turnout 60.80%) 19,656 100.00


References

  • Rezultatele alegerilor din 28 noiembrie 2010 în raionul Taraclia

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