Cybersecurity of the information systems of the Central Election Commission (CEC) operated properly during the presidential election in Ukraine, according to Commission’s Head Tetiana Slipachuk.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) processed 60.28% of voting protocols in Ukraine's presidential election as of 10:00 on Monday.
In Poland, 7,795 Ukrainian citizens cast their votes at polling stations in Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow and Lublin, which is 25% less than the total number included on the voters’ list.
Incumbent Head of State Petro Poroshenko wins in the first round of the presidential elections at all three polling stations in Canada.
At foreign polling station No.900058 in The Hague, the count of votes in Ukraine’s presidential elections has been completed, according to the polling station’s head, Hanna Lukianets.
The police on the election day received 2,199 reports on violations during the electoral process, although they were non-systemic, according to Interior Minister’s advisor Zorian Shkiryak.
As of 08:20, April 1, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine processed 50.18% of the protocols in the electronic format in the presidential elections.
More than 10 million Ukrainians did not participate in voting in the first round of Ukraine's presidential election.
As of 07:53, April 1, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine processed 45.45% of the protocols in the electronic format in the presidential elections.
The election of the President of Ukraine officially ended with the closure of the voting station in San Francisco (California, USA).
Incumbent Head of State Petro Poroshenko is in the lead in the presidential elections in the overseas electoral district.
According to the data of 199 territorial electoral districts, the voter turnout in the presidential elections in Ukraine was 63.52%.
As of 05:24, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine processed 30.39% of the protocols in the electronic format.