Snap parliamentary election in Ukraine: 73 of 214 registered Ukrainians voted in Turkey

The data is correct as of 4 p.m. Sunday
18:41, 21 July 2019

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Some 34 percent of Ukrainian voters registered in Turkey came to polling stations, fulfilling their right to vote at the parliamentary election in Ukraine. The actual number makes 73 of 214 registered citizens. Iryna Doan, the head of the electoral committee in the Ukrainian Embassy in Turkey said so, commenting the situation at Turkish polling stations.

"The polling stations in Ankara work as scheduled. The electoral activity is lower than that observed during the presidential election. And, of course, this is also due to the summer period, with the period of vacations, so there aren't many people", she said.

Related: Snap parliamentary election in Ukraine: All polling stations for Ukrainian citzens in Russia closed

According to her, the situation is calm. "Everything works under normal schedule; there were no excesses or technical breaches or any other difficulties", the official said.

As is known, the early parliamentary election is running in Ukraine on July 21.

Related: Ukraine's snap parliamentary elections: Large-scale violations recorded in Donetsk region

112 International is broadcasting the election process online.

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