Ukrainian snap elections: Voters turnout 15.27% as of 12 p.m.

According to the Central Electoral Commission, data on the activity of the voters from 11 districts were received
13:04, 21 July 2019

The voter turnout on the snap Parliamentary elections makes 15.27% as of 12 p.m. in accordance to the data from 11 of 199 districts through the country, as the official website of Ukraine's Central Electoral Commission reports.

Data on the activity of the voters from 11 districts were received.

The highest voter turnout is in the Luhansk region – it makes 26.78%, and the lowest is observed in Volyn region -  12.08%.

As we reported earlier, the snap parliamentary elections started in Ukraine on Sunday, July 21. Polling stations will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

We recall that the voting for the snap Parliamentary elections is held today on July 21. The voting consists of the federal district and the single-seat electoral district, so the voters will get two ballots. The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) expects that the voter turnout will be equaled to 50%. The first results of exit polls will appear at 6 pm. On Election Day, 131,000 law enforcers maintain order. is broadcasting the election process online.

Related: Observers spot open safety lockers at the polling stations in Dnipropetrovsk region

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