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Final results of Ukraine's presidential elections' first round officially announced

Volodymyr Zelensky received 30.24% of the votes, and Petro Poroshenko - 15.95%
15:43, 7 April 2019

Elections 2019 in Ukraine
Reuters

The Central Election Commission today announced the final results of the first round of presidential elections in Ukraine.

18,893,864 people took part in the voting.

So, showman Volodymyr Zelensky received 5,714,034 votes (30.24%), while the current president of Ukraine received 3,014,609 votes (15.95%). Yulia Tymoshenko, who ranked third, got 2,532,452 votes (13.40%).

We recall that the first round of the presidential election in Ukraine took place on March 31. Overall turnout in the country was 62.78%. 

The second round of elections will take place on April 21, and the debates between Petro Poroshenko and Volodymyr Zelensky are scheduled for April 19 at the Olympic stadium in Kyiv.

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Presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelensky will introduce his team until debates, with which he will work in case of victory at the presidential elections. In addition, he confirmed his participation in the pre-election-debates on April 19, which under the agreement of both candidates will take on the NSK Olympic. 

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