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Police detain group of men without documents heading to Kyiv "to secure polling stations"

Source : 112 Ukraine

Residents of Brovary, Boryspil and Vasylkiv reported about this
00:29, 22 July 2019

Police detained men without documents who were heading to Kyiv to "secure polling stations"
Kyiv police

National Police detained a group of men without documents who were heading to Kyiv to “secure polling stations”, as Communication department of Kyiv region police reports.

“An hour before the early elections, Kyiv police received messages about buses with a lot of people who headed to Kyiv. Residents of Brovary, Boryspil and Vasylkiv reported about this,” the police inform.

Law enforcers are checking the information.

Related: Exit-poll of 112 Ukraine: Servant of the People – 43.5%, Opposition Platform – For Life – 12.5%, European Solidarity – 8.7%, Fatherland – 8.1, Holos – 6.6%

Elections to the Verkhovna Rada were held in Ukraine on July 21. 

According to the National exit poll, Servant of the People of Volodymyr Zelensky headed by Dmytro Razumkov gets 44,2% of the votes; Opposition Platform - For Life by Yuriy Boyko, Vadym Rabinovich and Viktor Medvedchuk - 11,4% of the votes; European Solidarity of Petro Poroshenko - 8,8% of the votes; Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) of Yulia Tymoshenko - 7,4% of the votes; Holos (The Voice) of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk - 6,5% of the votes.

Related: Snap elections 2019: Turnout makes 49,84% as of 8 pm

 

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