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Presidential election 2019: Central Election Committee processes 100 percent of e-protocols

President-elect Zelensky scored 73.22 percent of votes; the incumbent head of the state Petro Poroshenko has 24.45 percent
18:25, 23 April 2019

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The Central Election Committee (CEC) of Ukraine has processed 100 percent of digital protocols collected after the second round of presidential elections. The CEC's e-system confirms this.

According to the data, president-elect Volodymyr Zelensky scored 73.22 percent of votes; the incumbent head of the state Petro Poroshenko collected 24.45 percent of votes. Another 2.31 percent of bills were considered invalid.

Related: Approximate date of announcing official results of Ukraine's presidential elections is April 30

In terms of numbers of physical votes, Zelensky won 13,541,530 votes, and Poroshenko got 4,522,320. 

The first round of the election took place on March 31, with Zelensky and Poroshenko making it to the second one. Round 2 took place on April 21.

The official results of the counting of the protocols of the voting at the second tour of the elections of the president of Ukraine will be announced approximately on April 30. The main reason for the delays is the Easter holidays and the necessity to make sure that there are no unfinished court hearings as 112 Ukraine reported citing Deputy Head of the Central Election Commission Yevhen Radchenko.

Related: Central Election Commission accepts 40 protocols with wet stamps

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