After the elections to the Verkhovna Rada, 74 lawsuits were received by the courts

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Moscow, August 1 – AIF-Moscow.

The head of the CEC of Ukraine, Tatyana Slipachuk, said that after voting in elections to the Verkhovna Rada, 74 lawsuits were sent to the courts in 23 single-member constituencies. About this writes TASS.

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According to Slipachuk, the lawsuits relate to the tabulation of the vote. In 42 of them, the courts have already accepted the refusal, at present 14 claims have been satisfied. She clarified that now there are legal proceedings in several constituencies and this is delaying the final tabulation of the results of the voting, as court decisions can seriously affect the results.

Extraordinary elections to the Verkhovna Rada took place on July 21. There have been many reports of violations. The pro-presidential party “Servant of the People” won 43.16% of the vote, receiving 254 deputy chairs. “Opposition platform – for life” gained 13.05%.

Also passed to the parliament: “Batkivschyna” of ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko, “European solidarity” of former president Petro Poroshenko and the party of musician Svyatoslav Vakarchuk “Golos”. The CEC has not yet announced the final results.

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