On Sunday, July 21, Ukrainians vote in snap parliamentary elections.
Observers of the Servant of the People party will hold a parallel vote count in Ukraine's early parliamentary elections on July 21, the party's press service has told Ukrinform.
The "new" forces will definitely win in Ukraine’s snap parliamentary elections. The main thing for them is to steer clear from the old methods of living and acting.
A total of 300 observers from the Ukrainian World Congress will evaluate the electoral process during the snap elections to the Verkhovna Rada and monitor media for any evidence of disinformation with respect to the elections.
Five Ukrainian parties may pass the 5% electoral threshold in early elections to the Verkhovna Rada on July 21, according to a poll conducted by the Rating sociological group on July 13-17.
Some 60 observers from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, including 42 parliamentarians from 20 countries, are deploying to Ukraine this week for the 21 July parliamentary elections.
A total of 128 Canadian short-term observers, led by former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Lloyd Axworthy, have arrived in Ukraine.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has called on Interior Minister Arsen Avakov to respond to "dirty political technologies" against democratic parties in media outlets and social media.
Kyiv, Ukraine – The National Democratic Institute (NDI) announced today the arrival of a high-level international delegation to observe the July 21 early parliamentary elections in Ukraine. The 34-member delegation includes representatives from ten countries and has been accredited by the Central Election Commission. The delegation will issue a preliminary statement of its findings at a press conference scheduled for July 22.
If the elections to the Verkhovna Rada were held in mid-July, the Servant of the People party would garner 52.3% of the vote among respondents who will definitely go to the polls and have already decided on their choice, whereas Opposition Platform - For Life would garner 10.3%, European Solidarity - 7.9%, Batkivshchyna - 5.8%, Strength and Honor - 5.1%, and Holos – 4%, according to a survey conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).
Over 131,000 law enforcers will provide public order during the early parliamentary elections in Ukraine on July 21.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has recorded a video behind the wheel of a Tesla and called on Ukrainians not to vote for fraudsters.
The Ukrainian president's representative in the Verkhovna Rada, Ruslan Stefanchuk, has said that the Presidential Office is considering holding early local elections in Ukraine.