“In 2014, we had over 70,000 (Ukrainians who voted abroad, - 112 international), now we have 56,000. The voters’ turnout was far less significant. A lot of Ukrainians who live abroad appeal to me. They say it is very important to solve this issue. I always told that I stand for digital voting as we can involve the Ukrainian abroad only in such a way. It is possible to do; I urge the Verkhovna Rada to consider the proper amendments to the law,” Klimkin said.
According to the minister, in the case of the amendments to the law, even the additional polling stations abroad, not only at the territory of the diplomatic departments, will not solve the issue.
On April 3, Zelensky replied to the invitation and put forward his own conditions. He wanted to hold debates at Olympic Stadium. Poroshenko’s team said, “the President does not perform at stadiums”. A few hours later Poroshenko changed his mind and agreed to participate in the debates.
As it was reported, the leaders of the presidential run are taking tests before the debates; it was one the conditions of Volodymyr Zelensky.
As we reported the Central Election Commission finished the processing of all electronic protocols. According to them, Volodymyr Zelensky got 30,24%, Petro Poroshenko got 15,95% and Yulia Tymoshenko has 13,40%.