Early elections to Verkhovna Rada: 40 Ukrainians vote in Australia

A lot of people traditionally wear embroidered shirts when voting
09:45, 21 July 2019

Parlieamentary elections in Australia
Embassy of Ukraine in Australia

40 Ukrainians in Australia, where the first polling station opened, have already voted at the snap Parliamentary elections. The embassy of Ukraine in Australia wrote it on its Facebook page.

“According to the district election committee, 40 people voted as of 12 a.m.,” the message reads.

Many people vote in embroidered shirts.

Related: Snap parliamentary elections: Ukrainians abroad vote since 1 a.m. Kyiv time

The Embassy emphasized that “the elections in Australia is not only the possibility to influence the fortunes of the country, but to discuss it with supporters on the polling station.”

As it was reported, 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.

Related: More than 570 reports of violation of electoral legislation over the 'silence day', - police

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