Parliament elections in Ukraine

President Petro Poroshenko

President Petro Poroshenko

This Parliament election were very important in Ukraine and showed real people support of changes in the country and great will for the pro-European direction of the development of the state. To get to the Parliament the Party needs to get at least 5% of the votes and according to exit-poles only one pro-Russian political party is getting through that barrier with 7% of votes. 1st time in the history of Ukraine Communist party will not be part of Ukrainian Parliament. Communists and the party of the previous president hiding in Russia were the powers that helped Putin to trigger the war in some areas on the East of Ukraine like Lugansk and Donetsk.

Exit-polls has reported this information. President Petro Poroshenko party “Solydarnist” is getting 23.1%.The party of Prime Minister of Ukraine A.Yatsenyuk “Narodnyy Front” is getting 21.2%. The party of Lviv City Mayor Sadovoy “Samopomich” gets 13.4%. The pro-Russian “Opposition Block” that has mostly deputies who were in ex-president Yanukovich party also get to Parliament with 7.6%. “Radical Party” of Oleh Lyashko gets 6.4%. “Svoboda” – 6.3% and Yulia Tymoshenko (ex-prime minister imprisoned by ex-president Yanukovich) gets 5.5% with her party “Batkivshchyna“. Reported by www.dif-exitpoll.org.ua

President Petro Poroshenko

President Petro Poroshenko votes in 2014 Parliament elections in Ukraine

The activity of voters in general in Ukraine was almost same as during last Parliament elections and traditionally it was not so high like during presidential elections. Only 52.42% of those who have a right to vote participated in the Parliament elections on October 26 2014. The most active were people in the Western Part of Ukraine. In Liviv Region 70% came to vote. Many people of Lugansk and Donetsk Regions couldn’t vote as part of their regions are under pro-Russian terrorists occupation right now and it was not possible to do anything there. Terrorists were also trying to scare people, so only 32.87% of those who could vote in Lugansk Region came to election offices.You can read more about voters activity at Central Election Commission website Many refugees from Lugansk and Donetsk could also vote anywhere in Ukraine as they have a right to change the vote place depending where they live now. People in Crimea which is occupied by Russian Federation since the end of February 2014 also couldn’t take part in the Parliament election.

By 9:23 am on October 27 2014 Central Election Commission has processed 31.81% of protocols and published the diagram with results of Ukraine Parliament elections of 2014. You can watch the final results at their website after 100% of protocols will be processed here.

Ukraine Parlaiment elections 2014 results

Ukraine Parlaiment elections 2014 results by 9:23 am with 31.81% of total protocols calculated

It looks like political party “Svoboda” may not get enough votes to get to the Parliament. By 2:55 pm on October 27 2014 Central Election Commission has processed 55.67% of protocols and published the diagram with results of Ukraine Parliament elections of 2014. For now “Svoboda” got 4.69% of votes and they need at least 5%. According to exit-polls they got 6.3%, but this number may be not accurate.

Ukraine Parlaiment elections 2014 results by 2:55 pm with 55.67% of total protocols calculated

Ukraine Parlaiment elections 2014 results by 2:55 pm with 55.67% of total protocols calculated

By 6:31 pm on October 29 2014 Central Election Commission has processed 99.23% of protocols and this is the final results of Parliament Elections in Ukraine in 2014. Below you can see the diagram with six political parties that will be present in Ukrainian Parliament. Political party of Aseniy Yatsenyuk who is Prime Minister of Ukraine now got more votes than any other party. President Petro Poroshenko party has almost same amount of votes.

Final Results of Parliament Elections in Ukraine of 2014

Final Results of Parliament Elections in Ukraine of 2014

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