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Parliamentary election in Ukraine: Central Election Committee processed 100 percent e-protocols

Pro-presidential party Servant of the People claims 43.16 percent of all votes, making the single-party majority in the Parliament
10:01, 26 July 2019

Central Election Commission
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The Central Election Committee of Ukraine (CEC) has processed 100 percent of digital protocols it had received after the parliamentary election took place. The respective data may be found on the CEC website.

Pro-presidential party Servant of the People claims 43.16 percent of all votes, making the single-party majority in the Parliament. The other political forces that made the composition of the new Parliament are the following: Opposition Platform - For Life (13.05 percent), Fatherland (8.18), European Solidarity (8.10) and The Voice (5.86).

Related: Ukraine parliamentary election shows people's commitment to democratic ideas, - U.S. State Department

Not all the protocols with wet stamps are brought to the CEC yet, but the overall result of the election will not change by much now.

The snap parliamentary election in Ukraine took place July 21. 424 candidates were elected members of the Verkhovna Rada - half of them ran under the party lists, the other half under the single-constituency districts.

Related: Ukraine's snap parliamentary elections 2019: CEC processes 99,85% of e-protocols

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