The Central Election Commission (CEC) has registered 16 more official observers for the March 31 presidential election in Ukraine from foreign countries - Japan and Poland, according to a report posted on the CEC website.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine (CEC) has created 80 special polling stations in the territories of military units (formations) in Donbas and Lviv region, according to the Commission’s press release.
Canada will allocate funds to counter propaganda during the presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland has said.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine (CEC) has registered 48 more international observers to monitor the presidential elections scheduled for March 31, 2019.
If the presidential election in Ukraine were held next Sunday, comedian Volodymyr Zelensky and incumbent President Petro Poroshenko would come to the second round of the election, according to a survey conducted by the Socis Center for Social and Marketing Research from March 5 to March 10, 2019.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine (CEC) registered 217 more official observers from international organizations and foreign countries to monitor holding of the scheduled election of the President of Ukraine on March 31.
Russian intelligence services are preparing for a series of cyberattacks aimed at destabilizing the situation in Ukraine during the presidential election campaign and after the elections, the coordinator of the Information Resistance group, Dmytro Tymchuk, has reported on Facebook.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) of Ukraine has established 101 polling station commissions abroad for the upcoming presidential elections in Ukraine scheduled for March 31, 2019.
The Ukrainian Interior Ministry will not allow violations during the upcoming presidential election in Ukraine and will ensure reliable security for foreign observers.
The Council of Europe has called on the Verkhovna Rada to postpone the adoption of the bill "On ensuring the functioning of Ukrainian as a state language" until the post-election period.
Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Liudmyla Denisova held a meeting with Tejler Peter, Head of OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission to Presidential Election 2019 in Ukraine, and Marla Morry, a legal analyst of the Mission.
Some 74% of Ukrainian citizens are ready to sacrifice their day off on Sunday, March 31, in order to come to the polling station and vote in the presidential election, according to a survey conducted by the Rating Sociological Group.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky leads Ukraine's presidential candidate rating, followed by Batkivshchyna Party leader Yulia Tymoshenko and incumbent President Petro Poroshenko, according to a survey conducted by the Rating Sociological Group in early March.
The Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people has decided to support Petro Poroshenko in Ukraine's presidential election on March 31.