“Today, the last constituency brought protocols with wet stamps. This is the 69th one. It was noted that the process was delayed due to the fact that leading candidates who had less than 1% difference, appealed to the court and trials are underway,” the journalist noted.
Besides, she said that earlier, the Central Election Commission sent protocols with wet stamps from almost 30 districts for revision.
“Central Election Commission does not have a right to announce official results of snap parliamentary elections until finalized protocols are submitted,” the correspondent said.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine 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.