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 Kyiv territorial election commission processed 25% of ballots: Klitschko wins 39.65%, Bereza - 10.4%, Omelchenko - 8.95%

39.65 percent of voters in Kyiv’s mayoral elections have casted their votes for Poroshenko Bloc candidate Vitalii Klitschko, 10.4 percent - for people's deputy Boryslav Bereza and 8.95 percent - for Yednist candidate Oleksandr Omelchenko, according to the results of 25 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, 87 polling stations in the Holosiivskyi district, 138 polling stations in the Desnianskyi district as of 8 a.m. Oct. 29. According to agency's information, 87,830 electors voted for Klitschko, 23,053 for Bereza, and 19,828 for Omelchenko.

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Besides, Samopomich candidate Serhii Husovskyi has won 7.55 percent (16,730 votes), Batkivshchyna candidate Volodymyr Bondarenko - 7.02 percent (15,561 votes), and Opposition Bloc candidate Oleksandr Puzanov - 4.17 percent (9,256 votes).

The Darnytsia precinct election commission is to come up with the results shortly.

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