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 All factions but Opposition Bloc say Kryvyi Rih vote violations should be investigated

The leadership of five parliamentary factions as well as Volia Narodu (People's Will) group say a temporary special commission should be set up to investigate the violations in the second round of Kryvyi Rih mayoral election held on Nov. 15.

Censor.NET reports citing UNIAN.

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All factions in the Verkhovna Rada except for Opposition Bloc are willing to challenge the fairness of Yurii Vilkul's election as Kryvyi Rih mayor.

According to parliament's website, relevant draft resolution No. 3529 has been registered on Nov. 26.

Read more: Kryvyi Rih vote results rigged, - Committee of Voters of Ukraine

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As reported, Chairman of the Central Election Commission Mykhailo Okhendovskyi said earlier that the CEC considered legitimate the announcement of Yurii Vilkul (Opposition Bloc) mayor of Kryvyi Rih.

According to commission's website, Vilkul won 89,209 of votes (49.25 percent of voters) and Samopomich's candidate Myloboh - 88,457 votes (48.83 percent).

At the same time, following the facts of violations of electoral law during the second round of mayoral election in Kryvyi Rih, claimed by a number of parties, criminal proceedings were opened.

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Later on, the Dnipropetrovsk district administrative court turned down Myloboh's claim demanding the recounting of votes at some precincts in the Inhuletskyi district of the city. Myloboh also requested discharging the city election commission.
 
 
 
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