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Ukraine’s central election committee has received no reports on emergencies at the Sunday parliamentary polls
Ukraine’s central election committee has received no reports on emergencies at the Sunday parliamentary polls, CEC secretary Tatyana Lukash told journalists on Monday. “The night was not easy, but according to the CEC information, the count proceeds normally and calmly all over Ukraine,” she said. “The CEC is expected to receive protocols with ‘wet seals’ within days, possibly, later on Monday. The CEC counts ballots on the basis of paper carriers, the so-called protocols with ‘wet seals’,” Lukash said. “The returns on electronic boards are just preliminary results that we receive from the Vybory (Election) system,” she said. The central election commission has already processed 40 percent of protocols of regional election commissions. According to preliminary estimates, the Yulia Timoshenko bloc gained 33.38 percent of votes, the Party of Regions – 30.42 percent. The Our Ukraine-People’s Self-Defence bloc seconded 15.56 percent, the Communist Party of Ukraine – 5.07 percent, the Litivin bloc – 4.22 percent and the Social Party – 3.32 percent.
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