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Parliamentary elections in Ukraine - 2012

Elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on 28 October 2012.

The elections were held under a mixed system - the 225 deputies elected in a national multi-member districts in the electoral lists of political parties, and the remaining 225 - the majority system in single-member districts. Took part in the election, only political parties, participation units, consisting of parties that are not intended.

October 2 CIS-EMO observers presented the preliminary report of the mission to monitor the elections. The report, in particular, noted that "the majority of recorded violations while not connected to the political struggle of the party lists, and the struggle of single-mandate candidates" and the Ukrainian elections represent a "not a clash of ideologies, but the fight financial oligarchic clans, which, according to the likes of voters in a particular region of the country, make your bet or the "party of power", or the representatives of the opposition. "

October 5, the report was presented at the annual meeting of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. In anticipation of the presentation at the meeting of the OSCE ODIHR preliminary report by the International Election Observation CIS-EMO, dedicated to the forthcoming elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the site of the mission had been subjected to a massive DDoS-attack. The report was published on the official website of the OSCE in the Russian and English languages.

October 22 was presented to the second interim report of the mission CIS-EMO.

October 25 was a mathematical model for evaluating the legitimacy of the electoral process in Ukraine.

Two days after the election, a report on the violations of the election of people's deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of October 28, 2012.

November 8 CEC of Ukraine announced the final results of the elections to the Verkhovna Rada.

In general, the Ukrainian parliament elected 445 MPs - 185 of the Party of Regions, 101 from the opposition "Fatherland", 40 of the party "blow" the former boxer Vitali Klitschko, 27 of the nationalist party "Freedom" and 32 - from the Communist Party. Another seven people were taken to the Parliament from other parties also receive 43 parliamentary seats self-promoter.

Party-list to the parliament elected 225 deputies, and in single-seat - 220.

The five single-member districts, the election results could not establish the CEC, after which the current Parliament recommended that there is a second vote.

Parliamentary elections in Ukraine - 2012