The voting turnout in snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine as for 4 p.m. is 33,74% voters. This information was collected from 15 constituencies from 199 in the country, as the Cetral Election Commission reported.
The largest voting turnout is in Kyiv region - 38,33%, and the lowest – in Odesa region - 28,47%.
It is noted, the voting turnout in the second round of the presidential elections as for 4 p.m. was 45,30%, and in the first round - 49,8%.
As it was reported earlier, snap parliamentary elections started in Ukraine on Sunday, July 21. The elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine take place every 5 years on the last week of October. The regular elections would be normally scheduled for October 27, 2019. However, on the day of his inauguration, newly-elected President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky disbanded the parliament and proclaimed snap parliamentary elections. The main reason for this he named low level of trust of the people to this Verkhovna Rada.
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