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Approximate date of announcing official results of Ukraine's presidential elections is April 30

The Central Election Commission should make sure that all procedures provided by the law are observed
16:55, 23 April 2019

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The official results of the counting of the protocols of the voting at the second tour of the elections of the president of Ukraine will be announced approximately on April 30. The main reason for the delays is the Easter holidays and the necessity to make sure that there are no unfinished court hearings, as 112 Ukraine reported citing Deputy Head of the Central Election Commission Yevhen Radchenko.

“You know, we do not want to predict, concerning to factors: the first one is some incident and the second is, of course, the holidays, and the third one, which has not occurred is that we should observe the purity of the procedure; the Central Election Commission will definitely appeal to the bodies of the judicial cases after the end of the procedure of the receiving of the protocols and establishing of the results to make sure that there are no lawsuits or not finished cases and only after it, all procedures will be ended, the commission will establish the results and that is why we call April 30 as the approximate date,” he said.

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Earlier Radchenko reported that the Central Election Commission got 40 protocols with wet stamps.

The second round of the elections of the President of Ukraine took place on April 21. Volodymyr Zelensky has won with 73,22% of votes, and current President Poroshenko gets 24,45%.

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Besides, Central Election Commission processed 100% of the protocols at abroad election district: Petro Poroshenko gained 54,74% of the votes, while Zelensky got 43,78%.

 

 

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