Incumbent Lviv mayor elected for another term

15:00, 16 November 2015
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Incumbent mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy, the leader of the Samopomich Party, has won the second round of the mayoral election in the city after 98% of the submitted election protocols have been processed, Chairman of Lviv's Municipal Election Commission Igor Slipetsky wrote on Facebook.

The voter turnout during the second round of the Lviv mayoral election was 39% / Photo from UNIAN

According to rough estimates of Lviv mayoral election results, 138,246 Lviv residents, or 61.1%, voted for Sadovy, while his rival Ruslan Koshulynsky, a Member of Parliament, the incumbent Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada and deputy head of the Svoboda Party, was backed by 83,565 voters, or 36.9%.

A total of 2% of ballot papers was nullified. The voter turnout during the second round of the Lviv mayoral election was 39%.

During the first round of the election on October 25, Sadovy scored 49.16% of the vote, while Koshulynsky had 12.25%.

The final results of the second round are expected to be announced by the election commission on Monday evening.

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