At a meeting on June 11, the Central Election Commission (CEC) registered 23 candidates for MPs in single-mandate electoral districts, the press service of the CEC reported.
In total, as of June 11, 118 candidates were registered in single-mandate electoral districts, including 111 self-nominating candidates, and 7 nominated by political parties.
CEC refused to register Dubinsky, nominated in the district No. 93; Kononenko (district No. 94) and Semenchev (district No. 183) due to the lack of documents specified in Part 2 of Art. 55 of the electoral law.
Also at the meeting, CEC made changes to the composition of district election commissions for the snap elections to the Verkhovna Rada on July 21, formed in accordance with the CEC resolution of May 31, 2019 No. 919.
In addition, the commission registered 13 official observers from the National Democratic Institute for International Relations. As of June 11, it registered 24 official observers from foreign states and international organizations.
As it was reported, on May 24 the electoral process of early elections to the Verkhovna Rada started. Elections are scheduled for July 21 of the current year. On May 20, President Volodymyr Zelensky disbanded the eighth parliament.
Earlier Central Election Committee of Ukraine registered seven parties, which are supposed to run during the snap parliamentary election.
According to the information on the CEC's website, the list includes the following parties: Civil Position, Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko, Svoboda All-Ukrainian Union, Fakel (Torch, - 112 International) All-Ukrainian Union, Golos (Voice, - 112 International), Opposition Platform - For Life and Power and Honor.