Snap parliamentary elections: Polling station in Australia closed

The voting day is over in this country; only 4 percent of all people registered in this particular district came to vote
15:12, 21 July 2019

Polling station at Ukrainian Embassy in Australia
Ukraine's Embassy to Australia Facebook

The voting day in Australia is over; the polling station No.900001 in Canberra is closed, the press office of Ukraine's Embassy in Australia reports.

The voters' turnout here proved very low; 57 voters or four percent of all voters registered in this particular district came to vote.

Related: About 30 percent of Ukrainian voters in Lithuania cast their ballots

Meanwhile, Some 30 percent of Ukrainian voters voted in Lithuania by Sunday noon. Mykola Dzyadzyn, Head of the local Electoral Committee said this on July 21. According to him, as of 12.36, there was a line near the Ukrainian Embassy in Vilnius; it stayed there for about half an hour. 

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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