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 Vilkul scores 37%, Filatov 35% in Dnipropetrovsk mayoral election, - NGO Opora

NGO Opora has conducted a parallel vote counting of Dnipropetrovsk elections results.

Сensor.NET reports citing Opora's website.

According to the count of Dnipropetrovsk mayoral election results on the basis of 100% of processed protocols, the majority of voters supported Oleksandr Vilkul (Opposition Bloc) - 37.15% or 125,844 votes, while the second place is taken by Borys Filatov (people's deputy of Ukraine, the UKROP party) with 35% or 118,553 votes.

Read more: "Voting is being rigged across the city," - candidate for Dnipropetrovsk mayor Filatov about tallies

None of the candidates won 50% + 1 and Dnipropetrovsk is bound to see the second round of election Nov. 15 with the participation of Oleksandr Vilkul and Borys Filatov, where city's mayor will be finally elected.

See more: UKROP Party leads, Filatov wins mayoral race in Dnipropetrovsk - SOCIS exit poll

As for the seats in the city council, according to the count, Opposition Bloc gets 30.54% or 99,600 votes, while the second place is after the UKROP party - 25.02% or 81,595 votes.

With 5% of support, electoral threshold is cleared by three parties: Hromadska Syla (8.99% or 29,308 votes), Poroshenko Bloc - Solidarity (7.49% or 24,421 votes), and Samopomich (5.97% or 19 463 votes).

Read more: Filatov and Vilkul made it to the second round of Dnipropetrovsk mayoral elections - exit polls
 
 
 
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