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The second round of presidential elections in Ukraine may be disrupted because of a violation of the voting process. This was stated at the headquarters of the leader of the race Vladimir Zelensky. The message published in Facebook.
“In some regions, now a large shortage of people in district election commissions. This may indicate attempts to disrupt the elections in specific cities and throughout the country”, — stated in the message.
The headquarters has information that the supporters of the incumbent President Petro Poroshenko has submitted an insufficient number of applications for membership in election commissions. In the command candidate explains that under the law, if in election commissions are not enough people that local authorities need to help with their formation, but they do not. The staff calls it “the inadequacy or intentional sabotage of the organization of the elections.”
The team Zelensky believe that “a small number of people in election commissions can significantly affect the quality of the vote”.
It is noted that a similar situation is observed in Kyiv and in six regions of Ukraine. The team of the candidate reports that actively participates in the formation of the commissions and will not “disrupt the elections or make them less quality for voters”.
April 7, Ukraine’s Central election Commission announced results of the first round of presidential elections. By results of processing of protocols, Zelensky received 30,24 percent of the vote, Poroshenko — by 15.95 percent. The second round will be held on April 21.
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