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 All votes in Kyiv mayoral elections counted: Klitschko and Bereza go into second round

Vitalii Klitschko and Boryslav Bereza make it to the second round of elections for the post of Kyiv mayor according to 100 percent of protocols received by the territorial election commission.

This is evidenced by the data published by the territorial election commission, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.

The commission has processed the information from 10 districts of the city (120 precincts and 1089 constituencies) as of 2 p.m. Friday.

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The territorial election commission has not yet published official information on the number of votes being casted for the candidates for mayor.

According to estimates of the Ukrainski Novyny, 353,312 voters supported Klitschko, which amounts to 40.5 percent and 77,029 voters (8.84 percent) casted their votes for Bereza.

They are followed by Yednist party candidate Oleksandr Omelchenko (73,725 votes, 8.47 percent).

In addition, Samopomich candidate Serhii Husovskyi polled 67,207 votes (7.72 percent); Batkivshchyna candidate Volodymyr Bondarenko won 68,460 votes (7.86 percent); Opposition bloc candidate Oleksandr Puzanov - 36,486 (4.19 percent).

The district commissions counted a total of 762,928 ballots of the voters across the city.

According to the Central Election Commission, 891 750 voters received ballots in the elections on Oct. 25.

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The same data was confirmed by Interfax-Ukraine: "The Kyiv territorial election commission started accepting the protocol on the results of voting in the mayoral elections in the capital of Ukraine submitted by the last of the 10 district election commissions - the Dniprovskyi one. A total of 353,300 people in Kyiv casted their votes for Klitschko, 77,030 - for Bereza, 73,720 - for Oleksandr Omelchenko," the news agency reported.

 
 
 
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