Ukraine has officially announced the results of local elections in 64 local councils
You can get acquainted with the election results, lists of deputies and the number of percentages of the collected votes on the CEC website in the section on local elections.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) has published the first official voting results in local elections in Ukraine. The data on Friday, October 30, was published on the CEC website.
According to the CEC, all polling stations have finished counting votes and drawing up PEC minutes. Almost all polling stations have already transferred protocols to rural, settlement and city TECs.
In total, district TECs adopted 682 protocols (over 45.4% of the total number of protocols), regional TECs – 503 protocols (over 36.8%).
The CEC clarified that 20 mayors, 17 townships and 47 rural heads in 23 regions have already been declared elected; and also deputies of 8 city, 15 – settlement and 41 – village councils.
Most of the goals were chosen in Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Odessa and Kharkov regions. Least of all – in Sumy (elected 1 rural head) and Khmelnytsky (not a single elected head) regions.
Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk and Odessa regions are in the lead by the number of elected deputies. The smallest number of elected deputies is in Lugansk (5) and Khmelnytsky (0) regions.
The final results of elections of deputies of local councils and rural, settlement, city mayors must be established no later than the twelfth day after voting day, that is, until November 6, 2020 inclusive.
Earlier it was reported that in the most conflicted united territorial communities, the second round of local elections could take place in early December.
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