Kyiv gets protocols from 7 out of 10 districts, Klitschko elected mayor for new term
Kyiv's Municipal Election Commission has received original protocols of the second round of Kyiv mayoral elections on November 15 from seven out of 10 district election commissions, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
Two candidates running for the mayor's office in Kyiv, Vitaly Klitschko and Boryslav Bereza, scored the following number of votes: 30,242 and 16,381 votes, respectively, in Holosiyivsky district (the voter turnout was 28.07%, or 48,456 voters); 15,770 and 7,468 in Pechersky district (the voter turnout was 27.27%, or 24,226 voters), 31,188 and 15,605 votes in Shevchenkivsky district (the voter turnout was 27.61%, or 48,331 voters). Their results in Podilsky district were 27,077 and 13,118 votes, respectively (the voter turnout was 28.69%, or 41,551 voters), in Dniprovsky district 49,488 and 24,658 votes (the voter turnout was 28.65%, or 75,945 voters), Sviatoshynsky district 49,196 and 23,699 votes (the voter turnout was 27.9%, or 70,498 voters), and Obolonsky district 45,257 and 22,182 votes (the voter turnout was 31.08%, or 70,058 voters).
Kyiv's Solomiansky district also submitted its documents, however, its protocol was sent back for finalization as it had technical errors.
Solomiansky district's protocol has the following results: Klitschko has 41,241 votes, while Bereza was backed by 21,421 voters (the voter turnout was 26.66%, or 64,458 voters).
Two more districts – Desniansky and Darnytsky districts – will have to submit their final data to the Kyiv Election Commission.
The municipal commission expected all protocols to be submitted by 10:00 local time on Monday, and the final results in Kyiv are expected to be announced on Monday evening.