Ukraine parliamentary elections: CEC processes 100% of protocols
The Central Election Commission (CEC) has processed 100% of the protocols (14,613,292 votes) received from constituencies across Ukraine in the snap parliamentary elections.
The relevant data is posted on the scoreboard at the Central Election Commission's press center.
Thus, 43.16% of voters (6,307,097 votes) cast their ballot papers for the Servant of the People Party. The Opposition Platform – For Life Party was supported by 13.05% of voters (1,908,087 votes), Yulia Tymoshenko's Batkivshchyna Party by 8.18% (1,196,258 votes). Petro Poroshenko's European Solidarity was backed by 8.10% of voters (1,184,475 votes), and Svyatoslav Vakarchuk's Holos (Voice) Party secured 5.82% of votes (851,669).
Other parties were supported by less than 5% of voters, such as Oleh Liashko's Radical Party (4.01%), ex-SBU chief Ihor Smeshko's Strength and Honor Party (3.82%), the Opposition Bloc – Party for Peace and Development whose political council chaired by Boris Kolesnikov (3.03%). The Ukrainian Strategy Party led by current Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman had only 2.41% of the vote, the Party of Sharij received 2.23%, the All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda had 2.15%, and Anatoliy Hrytsenko's Hromadianska Pozytsia (Civil Position) Party got 1.04%.
The Party of Greens of Ukraine and the Samopomich Party got less than 1% of the vote, 0.66% and 0.62%, respectively.
As UNIAN reported, the early parliamentary elections in Ukraine were held on July 21.