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Snap elections 2019: Central Election Commission processes 100% of protocols from all single-mandate districts

Constituency No. 125 was the last one checked
14:53, 26 July 2019

Central Election Comission press office

The Central Election Commission of Ukraine processed all protocols from 199 single-member districts on early parliamentary elections in Ukraine. Information is available on the Central Election Commission website.

Constituency No. 125 in Lviv region was the last one with unprocessed e-protocols. Yet, for now, 100% of protocols have been processed. Self-nominated MP Andriy Lopushansky won in this constituency with 23,38%. His main opponent lost Yuriy Doskych lost with 18,73%.

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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 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.

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