Monday, April 15 marks the last day when Ukrainian citizens can change the voting place before elections' second round.
The lines of people coming to local departments of the State Register of Voters have been growing since 8 a.m. when the departments started working.
As of April 15, the number of those who managed to change their voting place already made 230,000 people. Just several days ago, the number only equaled 80,000.
Even those voters who did this procedure before the first round still have to repeat it before the second one. The one who needs to change the voting place should come to the local division of the State Register of Voters with the passport, and point the number of the desired polling station, explaining the reason for changing the voting place.
The second round of the election is slated for April 21. The incumbent President Petro Poroshenko and comedian Volodymyr Zelensky will cross swords in the battle for the top-level office.