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 88% of protocols processed in Kyiv: Klitschko wins 34.59%, Bereza - 7.56%

With 88 percent of votes processed, Verkhovna Rada deputy Boryslav Bereza makes it to the second round of Kyiv's mayoral election. The Dniprovskyi district election commission's protocol is expected in the coming hours.

As of Friday morning, the Kyiv city election commission has received nine protocols of district election commissions, including 960 polling stations out of 1089 in Kyiv (88%), Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.

As reported, 34.59 percent of electors have supported Petro Poroshenko Bloc candidate Vitalii Klitschko while 7.56 percent voted for Verkhovna Rada deputy Boryslav Bereza.

Read more: 70% of protocols processed in Kyiv: Klitschko wins 36.34%, Bereza - 8.79%, Omelchenko - 8.74%

Kyiv ex-mayor Oleksandr Omelchenko is running third with 7.32 percent.

Batkivshchyna's Volodymyr Bondarenko wins the fourth position with 59,456 votes, followed by Samopomich candidate Serhii Husovskyi who scored 59,190 votes.

The last protocol is expected in the coming hours from the Dniprovskyi district with 129 polling stations located in its territory.

Read more: At least 27 Ukrainian cities go to second round of mayoral elections, - Ukraine's Committee of Voters

According to the Central Election Commission, a total of 891,750 voters took part in mayoral election in Kyiv.
 
 
 
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