Local elections in Ukraine 2020: Voters' turnout made 24 percent

Source : 112 Ukraine

The police detected no grave violations of electoral process, as people elected mayors in second leg of the voting
08:04, 16 November 2020

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As of 8 p.m. Sunday, the average turnout of voters in the second leg of elections of mayors in Ukraine made 24 percent. This is mentioned in the message of the Central Election Committee.

The highest index was observed in Khmelnytsky region, central Ukraine (34.29 percent), where citizens elected mayor of Kamyanets-Podilsky; next comes Ukrainka, Kyiv region (31.46).

25.96 percent of voters came to elect the mayor in Lutsk; in Odesa, the rate made 25.14, in Kramatorsk 23.14.

The police detected no grave violations of electoral process during the mayoral elections. 

Related: Ukraine's Central Election Commission sets second round of local elections in 11 cities

This was the second leg of mayoral elections held in some cities of Ukraine; it was necessary, as some candidates did not score enough votes to win in the first le, which took place on October 25.

The incumbent mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, has been officially re-elected. 50.52% of voters supported him in the first round. Klitschko received 365,161 votes and outrun his opponent Oleksandr Popov, who enjoyed the suppor of 68,677 voters.

Related: Klitschko wins local elections, to remain Kyiv mayor

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