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Voter turnout Sunday set a new postwar low for Lower House elections, the government said Monday.

Turnout sank to 59.32 percent for single-seat constituencies and 59.31 percent for the proportional representation segment, according to the Internal Affairs and Communications Ministry. Both figures represent a drop of 9.96 points from the previous election in 2009.

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