election results

CEC announced official results of the parliamentary elections

CEC announced official results of the parliamentary elections
Photo: ru.wikipedia.org

On November 10, late in the evening, the Central Election Commission announced the official results of the early parliamentary elections in a national multi-member constituency and 196 first-past-the-post constituencies, without violating the term of announcement results of the elections envisaged by law.

Thus, overall, 421 MPs (225 – on the party lists, 196 – in the majoritarian constituencies) were elected to the Verkhovna Rada of the 8th convocation, according to the results of the elections.

The CEC announced the last names of the deputies elected on the party lists. The last names of the deputies elected in the first-past-the-post constituencies were announced after setting the results in these constituencies.

Thus, the Petro Poroshenko Bloc has won 132 parliamentary seats, People's Front – 82, Samopomich – 33, Opposition Bloc – 29, Radical Party of Oleh Lyashko – 22, Batkivschyna – 19, Svoboda – 6.

In addition, one member from Strong Ukraine, Zastup, Volya and Right Sector's each was elected in the first-past-the-post constituency.

According to the CEC, the self-nominated candidates were elected in 94 first-past-the-post constituencies.

At that, the CEC gave 15 days to the constituencies No. 38 and No. 63 for the implementation of the court decisions on the election recount at 123 and 225 polling stations respectively.

Comments (0)
In order to post comments, you must login.