As of 8.30 a.m. July 22, the Central Election Committee of Ukraine has processed 95.09 percent of e-protocols from the foreign polling stations. The data may be found on the website of the Central Election Committee.
According to the results so far, the pro-presidential Servant of the People party apparently wins the parliamentary election in Ukraine with 29 percent of the votes (8,814). The victory, on the other hand, is not really a decisive one; Petro Poroshenko's European Solidarity claimes second place with 28.80 percent of votes (8,752).
5,784 voters (19.03 percent) supported Holos (The Voice), the party of rock musician Svyatoslav Vakarchuk.
Other political parties have not yet claimed the necessary five percent to beat the electoral threshold.
As of 9 a.m. Monday, the Central Election Committee of Ukraine counted the result of the parliamentary election, based on the data from almost 48 percent of e-protocols across the country. Servant of the People collected 42.39 percent of votes; Opposition Platform - For Life claims 12.83; European Solidarity comes third with 8.68. The other two political forces that made it to the Parliament are Yulia Tymoshenko's Batkivshchyna (Fatherland), which gets 8.04 percent of votes, and Holos (The Voice), the party of rock musician Svyatoslav Vakarchuk, who enjoys the support of 6.3 percent of votes.
The snap parliamentary election in Ukraine took place July 21. The overall voters' turnout rate made 49.84 percent.
The elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine take place every 5 years on the last week of October. The regular elections would be normally scheduled for October 27, 2019.
However, on the day of his inauguration, the newly-elected President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky disbanded the parliament and proclaimed snap parliamentary elections. The main reason for this he named low level of trust of the people to this Verkhovna Rada.