Final voter turnout in Ukraine's elections as of 16:00 stands at 36.57%

Final voter turnout in Ukraine's elections as of 16:00 stands at 36.57%

Voter turnout in Ukraine's snap parliamentary elections is 36.57% as of 16:00, according to data from all 199 constituencies published on the website of the Central Election Commission.

Voters were the most active in Chernihiv region - 41.69%, Poltava region - 41.52%, Khmelnytsky region - 40.33%, Cherkasy region - 39.64%, Sumy region - 39.51%, and Luhansk region - 39.49%.

The lowest voter turnout was recorded in Ivano-Frankivsk region - 31.21%, Zakarpattia region - 30.05%, and Chernivtsi region - 27.91%.

In Kyiv, the voter turnout stood at 34.59%.

Snap parliamentary elections are underway in Ukraine on July 21.


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