The turnout for voting at the extraordinary parliamentary elections as of 16:00 from 184 districts is considerable 36,43%
Just on the turnout, there are 199 regions. It is reported by the Central election Commission:
“Now the highest in Khmelnytskyi and Chernihiv regions. The lowest in the Transcarpathian region”.
The most active Ukrainians as of 12:00 was in the Luhansk region – 25,37%. It should be noted that the results of turnout in the regions at the extraordinary elections to the Parliament on Sunday, July 21 – incredibly surprised. Because activity and civil consciousness, the Eastern part of Ukraine on the elections previously does not differ.
Moreover, all the same surprisingly, the least active were going to vote the inhabitants of Transcarpathia and the Carpathian region:
“The turnout was 12.32 per cent and 13,07%, respectively.”
You know, the County is 94 and still has not provided information on turnout:
“It Obukhiv and Vasylkiv district, Kyiv region”.
The Central election Commission reported turnout at the level of 35,05% as at 16:00. For comparison, in the second, and in the first round of the presidential election as of 15:00 turnout was more than 45%. Also the Ukrainians are now less active in General compared to the data of the CEC over the past years. So, for example, in the early parliamentary elections in 2014, as of 16:00, the turnout was just over 40%, and at the next elections in 2012 – more than 45%.
We will remind, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky arrived on 21 July to the polling station in Kiev and voted at the extraordinary elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, together with his wife Elena Zelensky. Both ballot he cast in the ballot box himself.
It is noteworthy that Vladimir Zelensky gave media comment about the future of Prime Minister of Ukraine:
“I have a consistent position. This person should be a professional economist — I’d really like it to be an independent person, who was neither Prime Minister nor the speaker nor the leader of any faction. I see such a person. To be honest: holding the consultation. Talking, as I have that right,” said Zelensky.
Asked by journalists about what You did today before heading out to vote, Vladimir Zelensky said:
“At 7.00 am and went swimming, I Wake up every day at 6.00”. He declined to say for whom voted.
We will remind, today, on Sunday 21 July, the Ukrainians are voting in early elections to the Verkhovna Rada. Ukrainians will elect 225 deputies on the lists and 199 in the majority of districts 26 districts are in occupied Russian territory, as you know, there is an election do not pass.
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