CEC announces official results of voting abroad of Ukraine’s presidential elections

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine’s Central Election Commission has to declare the official results until May 1
15:35, 26 April 2019

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The Central Election Commission of Ukraine officially announced the results of the presidential elections of the foreign constituency. The press service of the CEC reports this.

 “According to the law of Ukraine on Elections of the President of Ukraine, the Commission conducted and announced the protocol of the Central Election Commission on the results of the repeated voting on April 21, 2019, from the elections of the President of Ukraine on March 31, 2019, within the foreign constituency. The CEC declared the results basing on the protocols from the foreign polling stations, including the Corrected mark, and the reports on those protocols, which were transmitted through technical means of communication,” the report said.

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Head of the Central Election Commission  Tetiana Spivachuk closed the session of the Commission, which was opened on April 22, 2019, concerning receiving and announcing of the protocols of the repeated voting abroad on April 21, 2019.

Earlier, Volodymyr Zelensky, the president-elect of Ukraine has charged the Central Election Committee (CEC) with dragging the announcement of results of the presidential election.

He added that 'a president whose credibility rate makes 73 percent at least has a right to consider a possible disbanding of the Parliament and having the option to do so'.

Zelensky won the presidential election in Ukraine; in Round 2, he scored some 73 percent of votes, defeating the incumbent president Petro Poroshenko.

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