The decision announced on Sunday was supported by nine members of the panel, while six were against. The multi-mandate voting distributes 70 seats in Lithuania's 141-member parliament.
The Labour Party, which secured the highest percentage of votes – 19.82 percent – in multi-mandate voting will have 17 mandates in the Lithuanian Seimas, while the Social Democratic Party follows with 18.37 percent and 15 mandates and the conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats in third got 15.08 percent of the vote, translating into 13 seates.
Seven mandates will go to the Liberal Movement (8.57 pct) and the Path of Courage party (7.99 pct), while the Order and Justice party (7.31 pct) and the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (5.83 pct) will have six and five seats, respectively.
Other political parties failed to cross the five-percent threshold and did not qualify for any mandates in multi-mandate voting.
The closest to the five-percent threshold was the Lithuanian Peasants and Greens Union with 3.88 percent, while the Liberal and Centre Union was supported by 2.06 percent of voters and YES union by 1.76 percent.
The Socialist People's Front received 1.21 percent of the vote, the Christian Party 1.2 percent, coalition for Lithuania in Lithuania 0.94 percent, Young Lithuania party finished with 0.63 percent, the Democratic Labor and Unity Party was supported by 0.32 percent, the Emigrant Party got 0.29 percent, the Republican Party and the Lithuanian People's Party secured 0.27 percent and 0.25 percent, respectively.
In Lithuania, 70 MPs are elected in proportional represention voting and the remaining 71 in single-mandate districts.
On Sunday, the electoral panel approved results in 70 single-mandate districts, while the outcome in Zarasai-Visaginas district were invalidated due to vote buying and gross violations of the Law on Seimas Elections.
Some 67 single-mandate districts will hold run-off ballots this Sunday, 28 October, while three have already elected their representatives.