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 Kyiv territorial election commission processed 12% of bulletins: Klitschko wins 37.2%, Omelchenko - 10.76%, Husovskyi - 9.07%

37.2 percent of voters in Kyiv’s mayoral elections have casted their votes for Poroshenko Bloc candidate Vitalii Klitschko, 10.76 percent - for Yednist candidate Oleksandr Omelchenko and 9.07 percent - for Samopomich candidate Serhii Husovskyi, according to the results of 12 percent of ballots counted by the Kyiv territorial election commission.

The information has been published by the territorial election commission, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.

The territorial election commission has processed voting ballots from 49 polling stations in the Pechersk district and 87 polling stations in Holosiivskyi district as of 2 p.m. Oct. 28.

Read more: Protocols from 49 out of 1,089 Kyiv polling stations processed: Klitschko leads, Husovskyi follows

According to agency's information, 40,649 electors voted for Klitschko, 11,754 for Omelchenko and 9,911 for Husovskyi.

Besides, 12 percent of counted bulletins have shown that Verkhovna Rada deputy Boryslav Bereza has won 8.056 percent (8,898 votes), Batkivshchyna candidate Volodymyr Bondarenko - 6.619 percent (7,299 votes), and Opposition Bloc candidate Oleksandr Puzanov - 4.344 percent (4,744 votes).

According to the information of the Central Election Commission, 891,750 voters took part in elections in Kyiv.

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