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    Almost 20% of polling stations opened earlier or later – Opora
    Oct26

    Almost 20% of polling stations opened earlier or later – Opora

    Over 17% of polling stations in Ukraine opened for voting in early parliamentary elections earlier or later than expected, according a report released by the Opora civil network. In general, observers noted that the voting had begun in a calm atmosphere.

    Unidentified men attack three parliamentary candidates in Kirovohrad region
    Oct26

    Unidentified men attack three parliamentary candidates in Kirovohrad region

    Unidentified men, at constituency No. 102 with its center in Znamianka in Kirovohrad region, have attacked a car carrying parliamentary candidates from the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko Serhiy Leshchenko, Svitlana Zalishchuk and Mustafa Nayyem, the Ukrainska Pravda online newspaper has reported. The participants of the incident said that the attack...

    Ukrainians abroad vote without irregularities
    Oct26

    Ukrainians abroad vote without irregularities

    Ukrainians living abroad vote at early parliamentary elections without any irregularities, Deputy Foreign Minister Andriy Olefirov has reported on Twitter. “Olefirov: no irregularity was reported at foreign polling stations as of 14.00,” reads the report. Polling stations in Canada, the United States and Cuba started opening only...

    Voter turnout rapidly growing – almost 20%
    Oct26

    Voter turnout rapidly growing – almost 20%

    The Central Election Commission has updated data on the voter turnout at early parliamentary elections in Ukraine. The relevant information has been posted on the commission’s website. Turnout in Ukraine was 19.81% as of 13.20. The number of constituencies that sent reports on the voting process increased from four to 149. Turnout was only...

    Three Ukrainian servicemen injured in past 24 hours
    Oct26

    Three Ukrainian servicemen injured in past 24 hours

    Terrorist activity in the area of the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine has declined in the past 24 hours. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said this at a briefing on Sunday. “In the past 24 hours, terrorist activity in the ATO zone declined compared...

    Elections held in organized and peaceful manner – OSCE observers
    Oct26

    Elections held in organized and peaceful manner – OSCE observers

    Early parliamentary elections in Ukraine are being held in an organized and peaceful manner. The head of the observation mission of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, Doris Barnett, said this at a polling station at Officers House in Kyiv on Sunday, a Ukrinform correspondent reported. “What we saw today are well-organized polling stations to...

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map
    Oct26

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map

    The situation in eastern Ukraine remains tense. Despite the declared ceasefire, terrorists continue to shell Ukrainian army positions.

    Voter turnout in Ukraine elections over 12% as of noon
    Oct26

    Voter turnout in Ukraine elections over 12% as of noon

    The Central Election Commission has released the first data on the voter turnout at early parliamentary elections in Ukraine. The relevant information has been posted on the commission’s website. The turnout in Ukraine was 12.11% as of 12.00. The reports on voting have been received only from four constituencies – in Vinnytsia,...

    Poroshenko visits Kramatorsk, checks voting process
    Oct26

    Poroshenko visits Kramatorsk, checks voting process

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, on the day of parliamentary elections in Ukraine, arrived in the town of Kramatorsk in Donetsk region on Sunday and checked the voting process at a polling station, the presidential press service has reported. Poroshenko spoke with soldiers of a military unit and thanked them for the feat that each of them...

    Over 84,000 police officers maintaining public order in Ukraine elections
    Oct26

    Over 84,000 police officers maintaining public order in Ukraine elections

    Over 84,000 police officers are maintaining public order at early parliamentary elections in Ukraine, the press service of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry has reported. “Ballots have been delivered to 29,587 precinct election commissions (out of 29,707). As many as 84,425 police officers will provide around-the-clock security for...

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