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Ukrainian soldiers in Donbas to vote in regular polling stations

Ukrainian military servicemen will take turns voting in snap parliamentary elections on July 21
13:16, 16 July 2019

Ukrainian soldiers vote on March 31, 2019
Reuters

Ukrainian soldiers in Donbas will vote in regular polling stations on the day of snap parliamentary elections on July 21. This was reported by the Joint Forces Operation HQ.

It is noted that Ukrainian military servicemen would take turns voting in order not to weaken control on positions in the area of Joint Forces Operation.

The military servicemen changed their voting place to be able to vote for their candidate. For this, they had to fill in the form and show a passport or a military ID.

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As it was reported earlier, snap parliamentary elections will be held on July 21. On May 24, the electoral process of the extraordinary elections to the Verkhovna Rada began. Registration of political parties and parliamentary candidates ended on June 24.

It is planned that over 200 foreign observers of snap parliamentary elections came in Ukraine.

The Central Election Commission refused to register the 17 citizens of the Russian Federation, who submitted documents as official observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.

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