Published the first rankings in the elections to the Verkhovna Rada

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More than 70 percent of Ukrainians support the dissolution of Parliament and early parliamentary elections. This is evidenced by monitoring the mood of the electorate, published on the website of the sociological group “Rating”.

About 58 percent of Ukrainians have stated that they will give preference to new political forces, 26 percent intend to vote for is already represented in the Parliament.

The greatest support for the party of new Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky “servant of the people”, which does not yet have its faction in the Parliament she will vote 43.8 percent undecided citizens. Political force is leading in all regions of the country. In addition, for her ready to vote about 11 percent of the electorate, whose favorite will not participate in the elections.

Second place in popularity among citizens is “the Opposition platform For life”, the political Council headed by the Pro-Russian politician Viktor Medvedchuk. She received 10.5 percent of the vote. Third place in the political force of Yulia Tymoshenko “Batkivshchyna” (7.3%).

The leader of the rating became the party of the former President “Block Petro Poroshenko “Solidarity””. Nearly 52 percent of respondents would not vote for her under any circumstances. To support the political force is ready only 8.8% of citizens, and also 3.1 percent of Ukrainians who are sympathetic to other parties.

Zelensky announced the early dissolution of the Parliament in his inauguration speech on may 20. The official decree was published on the presidential website on 21 may. Early elections will be held on July 21. In addition, the new President of Ukraine intends to change the electoral law.

Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy called the decision unconstitutional and declared intention to appeal against it in court. He indicated that a formal coalition in the Parliament broke up only 17 may 2019 with the release of his party from it, therefore, to dissolve Parliament was only possible after 30 days. De facto, the ruling coalition collapsed in 2016.

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