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The interior Ministry of Ukraine has recorded more than 500 violations on elections of the President of the country to the middle of the day. This was reported in the Twitter-account law enforcement agencies.
As of 14:00 local time (coincides with Moscow), there was a total of 522 allegations of violations, most of which is fixed on the East, South and centre. The most quietly voting takes place in the West of Ukraine.
Leaders in the number of complaints of steel of Kyiv (64 violations), Donetsk oblast (52 cases), Dnipropetrovsk (41 incidents). In Sumy, Poltava, Odessa and Kharkiv regions marked 30 or more violations in the Luhansk and Kiev — 20. The applicants have reported illegal campaigning (47 cases), photographing ballots (42 cases), deterioration of securities (16 cases) also received complaints of 17 attempts of bribery of voters and 6 attempts to take the ballot out of the polling station.
According to the results of statements filed eight criminal proceedings in Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson, Odessa, Mykolaiv and Chernihiv regions. Three cases were opened under article “violation of the secrecy of the vote”, two for forgery, one case is open on the facts of obstructing the execution of election legislation, hooliganism and deliberate infliction of light injuries.
Earlier it was reported that on the streets of Ukraine brought special forces of the security Service of the country (SBU) in order to prevent any provocations and attempts at destabilization.
In February the interior Minister of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said about the blatant violations during election campaign of candidates in presidents of the country and described what was happening obscene epithet. According to the Minister, all pre-election staffs collaborated with the radical, arm them with brass knuckles, Mace, and knives, and sent to meetings of competitors.
Presidential elections in Ukraine held on 31 March. According to the latest official rankings of candidates published on March 28, greatest support undecided population was used by the artist Vladimir Zelensky. The current head of state Petro Poroshenko either equally shared the second place with former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko or she beat with a small margin.
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