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Azarov called opponents to work together with PR

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 23:00

Azarov called opponents to work together with PR

Azarov called opponents to work together with PR

Head of the Party of Regions, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov called the opponents of the Party of Regions to work together and to combat the crisis, he told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.

“We would like that our opponents, and now the future members of the Parliament, think about consolidation of all forces of our country. We should not fight with each other but with the crisis. Let’s do not waste time on intrigue and conflicts,” Azarov noted.

However, he expressed his satisfaction that the election campaign remained in past. “Finally, the talks about hryvnia collapse have stopped,” the Prime Minister concluded

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Russian observers dissatisfied with colleagues’ work from OSCE

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:55

Russian observers dissatisfied with colleagues' work from OSCE

Russian observers dissatisfied with colleagues’ work from OSCE

Russian observers were not satisfied with the work of colleagues from OSCE at the elections in Ukraine, observer from Russia, member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation Sergey Markov told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.

“From a technical point of view, the observation from the OSCE was organized perfectly. But I do not know who makes political arguments. And it raises serious questions,” Markov said.

He also noted that the OSCE observers worked together with the PACE observers.

“I do not like the work of the OSCE observers. We must honestly regulate the observation of the OSCE,” the observer considers.

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PR to consult with President to form new Cabinet

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:50

PR to consult with President to form new Cabinet

PR to consult with President to form new Cabinet

After summing up of the official results of the elections, the Party of Regions will hold a political council on the formation of the Cabinet of Ministers, deputy Premier, infrastructure minister of Ukraine Borys Kolesnikov told a press conference at the headquarters of the Party of Regions, ForUm correspondent reports.

“Political council will discuss the strengths and weaknesses, but not members of the government, only those issues that we managed to solve,” the deputy Prime Minister said.

However, he reminded that it is necessary to wait for the end of legitimization of the elections. election.

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Azarov concerned about Freedom’s result

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:42

Azarov concerned about Freedom's result

Azarov concerned about Freedom’s result

Prime Minister Mykola Azarov is concerned about the result of the All-Ukrainian Union “Freedom” at the parliamentary elections, he told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.
“This result is connected with a weakness of the current opposition, which did not offer people the specific programs and ideas and built its campaign on criticism of the government,” he noted.

Azarov suggested that the All-Ukrainian Union “Freedom” received high result due to the outflow of votes at the All-Ukrainian Union “Fatherland” and the Vitali Klitschko’s UDAR Party.

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Latest results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:32

Latest results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

Latest results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

The CEC has the updated results on the voter turnout in the elections to the Verkhovna Rada.
According to the CEC, the voter turnout amounted to 57.04% at 132 polling stations, ForUm correspondent reports. 
In particular, Kyiv numbered 62.1% of the voters, Kyiv region – 62.55%, Sevastopol – 49.65%, Lviv region – 66.25%, Volyn region – 64.78%, Transcarpathia – 51.02%, Ternopil region – 66.78%, Khmelnitsky – 62.97%, Chernivtsi – 59.71%, Luhansk region – 56.53%, Zaporizhya region – 55.22%, Dnipropetrovsk region – 52.52%, Kirovohrad – 52.86%, Donetsk region – 57.7%, Kharkiv – 53.17%, Mykolaiv – 50.54%, Kherson – 50.66%, ARC – 48.32%, Sumy -58.63%, Poltava – 57.00%, Vinnytsa – 62.39%, Ivano-Frankivsk – 63.65%, Rivne – 60.11%, Zhytomyr – 56.54%, Odesa – 48.21% and Cherkasy – 54.73%.

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Voting went peacefully in Ukraine, European Parliament deputy says

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:22

Voting went peacefully in Ukraine, European Parliament deputy says

Voting went peacefully in Ukraine, European Parliament deputy says

Deputy of the European Parliament Juan Fernandez Lopez Aguilar noted that the Election Day in Ukraine was generally calm.

“It was a very interesting and long day. We saw people going to vote, we saw the election system in action, we saw a large number of polling stations operating in the normal mode in accordance with the plan,” he said.

He noted that there were reports on several incidents, but “nothing serious.”

“We had a very peaceful day, and we did not see accidents worth noting. It was a very peaceful day, and all polling stations worked normally,” Aguilar stressed.

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CEC upgraded results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:12

CEC upgraded results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

CEC upgraded results on voter turnout as of 8 pm

The CEC has the updated results on the voter turnout in the elections to the Verkhovna Rada.
According to the CEC, the voter turnout amounted to 57.05% at 57 polling stations, ForUm correspondent reports.
In particular, Kyiv numbered 62.99% of the voters, Kyiv region – 63.33%, Sevastopol – 50.01%, Lviv region – 68.36%, Volyn region – 64.78%, Transcarpathia – 59.14%, Ternopil region – 67.23%, Khmelnitsky – 61.92%, Chernivtsi – 57.6%, Luhansk region – 56.15%, Zaporizhya region – 56.62%, Dnipropetrovsk region – 54.4%, Kirovohrad – 52.19%, Donetsk region – 59.08%, Kharkiv – 52.06%, Mykolaiv – 51.02%, Kherson – 47.97%, ARC – 46.53%, Sumy -58.63%, Poltava – 57.63% and Vinnytsa – 62.95%

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Parliamentary elections passed democratic, Russian observer considers

Posted by the Editor on October 28, 2012


News / 28 October 2012 | 22:00

Parliamentary elections passed democratic, Russian observer considers

Parliamentary elections passed democratic, Russian observer considers

In Ukraine, the parliamentary elections were democratic, observer from the Russian Federation Sergey Markov told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.

“The elections passed successful and democratic. They met the standards even more than in some European countries. Ukraine has held so many elections that learned how to hold them. There was an army of domestic and foreign observers,” he said

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