Police registered over 10,500 reports on violations; 516 criminal proceedings were opened and 1,500 protocols were made during snap elections to Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, as the press office of National Police reported.
“Such figures is not just a statement of fact, but a very strong, serious, targeted work of all the units of Internal Ministry of Ukraine,” Sergiy Yarovy, the Deputy Internal Minister said.
“Personnel of National Police, State Emergency Service, State Border Guard Service and State Customs Service completed the assigned tasks,” he added.
The Central Election Committee of Ukraine (CEC) 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.