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 Midterm elections to Verkhovna Rada: CEC processed 90.98 percent of ballots

As at 8:55 a.m., July 19, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine had processed 90.98 percent of ballots in midterm elections of people's deputies, which took place the day before yesterday in seven constituencies across the country.

Censor.NET reports referring to the CEC website.

Iryna Konstankevych of UKROP party is leading in the 23rd constituency (the Volyn region), having scored 57.24 percent after 96.15 percent of ballots have been counted.

96.38 percent of ballots have been processed in the Ivano-Frankivsk region (the 85th constituency) with UKROP's candidate Viktor Shevchenko winning so far (21.27 percent of votes).

In the 114th constituency (the Luhansk region), Serhii Shakhov (Nash Krai party) has scored 42.19 percent of votes after 42.85 percent of ballots have been counted.

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According to the CEC website, the 151st constituency's (the Poltava region) leader after 96.75 percent of processed ballots is Batkivshchyna's candidate Ruslan Bohdan (21.93 percent of votes).

Another Batkivshchyna's candidate Yurii Odarchenko is ahead in the 183rd constituency (the Kherson region), having scored 25.04 percent of votes after 96.26 percent of ballots have been processed.

As previously reported, volunteer and adviser to the minister of defense of Ukraine Tetiana Rychkova won in the 27th constituency (the Dnipropetrovsk region), while the 206th constituency (the Cherihiv region) saw non-affiliated candidate Maksym Mykytas come first.

As previously reported, the CEC held midterm elections in seven constituencies after the following people's deputies resigned over a number of reasons: Borys Filatov (became mayor of Dnipro), Vladyslav Atroshenko (mayor of Chernihiv), Ihor Nasalyk (minister of energy), Taras Kutovyi (minister of agrarian policy), Ihor Yeremeiev (died in an accident), Yurii Harbuz (head of the Luhansk regional military and civil administration), and Andrii Hordeiev (head of the Kherson regional administration).
 
 
 
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