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25 October 2014 Івона Юрковська Про відкриті списки та інші нюанси виборчих систем   Вільні вибори - це один з базових інститутів демократії та визначальна характеристика участі громадян у політичному житті країни. Як механізм формування державної влади вибори набувають свого розвитку з XVII століття. У сьогоднішньому світі вибори відбуваються в більшості існуючих суверенних держав. Методи, форми та політичні наслідки їх застосування значно відрізняються між собою.     

21 October 2014 Євген Василенко Joint information portrait of party list candidates To continue the topic of information portraits of MP candidates in Early Parliamentary elections scheduled for 26 October 2014, OPORA made a joint portrait of party list candidates.     

08 October 2014 Євген Василенко Joint information portrait of majoritarian candidates This article is based on information about majoritarian candidates, published on website of the CEC. As long as average citizens cannot analyze all the data, we created a joint information portrait of parliamentary candidates.   

 

Станом на 15 год. 30 жовтня 2014 року лише 9 з 198 окружних виборчих комісій ще не завершили внесення даних протоколів про підрахунок голосів на виборчих дільницях в одномандатних виборчих округах до інформаційно-аналітичної системи «Вибори»: ОВО № 16, Вінницька обл.; ОВО № 49, 59, Донецька обл.;  ОВО № 66, Житомирська; ОВО № 96, Київська обл.; ОВО № 137, 140, Одеська обл.; ОВО № 182, Херсонська обл.; ОВО № 199 (Черкаська обл.).  
 

OPORA conducted parallel vote tabulation based on a statistically random sample of polling stations where observers received representative election results on party lists (in a nationwide multi-mandate district). Particullary for this purpose, OPORA deployed 1477 trained and accredited observers who monitored the voting process, vote counting and received actual data from protocols of election commissions protocols, results of which they trusted. PVT is not a poll, but a method for results evaluation based on the real protocols filed at polling stations chosen according to a sociological sample.   
 

 Civil Network OPORA states that the voting process in Early Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine was regular and without incidents that could cast doubt on legitimacy of the election process. Taking into consideration the military operations on the East, 51.2% voter turnout (according to the results of parallel vote tabulation conducted by the OPORA, margin of error is not higher than 1.9%) is quite high, and shows that citizens are interested in political processes. The absolute majority of candidates had equal opportunities. However, campaigning in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts was complicated by activities of illegal armed groups, supported by the regular army of the Russian Federation. Thus, we cannot state that the campaign was held freely on all territory of Ukraine. OPORA considers the decision of the CEC not to conduct voting in 15 single-mandate majoritarian election district (9 – in Donetsk oblast, 6 – in Luhansk oblast) was quite reasonable. As long as Ukrainian government has no control over these territories, it's impossible to conduct legitimate electoral process there.   
 

As of 08:00 AM, the turnout in the early parliamentary election throughout Ukraine makes 51,2%. In particular, in central oblasts (Vinnytsia, Zhitomyr, Cherkasy, Kyiv, Kirovohrad,  Chernihiv, Sumy oblasts, and Kyiv city) the voter turnout is 55,1%; in the West of the country (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia, Ternopil, Khmelnytskyi, Rivne, Volyn, and Chernivtsi oblasts) – 59,7%, while in the East (Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts) – 41,1%, and in the South (Odesa, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia oblasts) – 42,4%. The error is 1.9%.  
 

As of 04:00 PM, the turnout in the early parliamentary election throughout Ukraine makes 40.6%. In particular, in central oblasts (Vinnytsia, Zhitomyr, Cherkasy, Kyiv, Kirovohrad,  Chernihiv, Sumy oblasts, and Kyiv city) the voter turnout is 43,9%; in the West of the country (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia, Ternopil, Khmelnytskyi, Rivne, Volyn, and Chernivtsi oblasts) – 46,1%, while in the East (Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts) – 32,6%, and in the South (Odesa, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia oblasts) – 34,6%. The error is 1.6%.  
 

The voting is being held in a regular mode, without significant abuses or planned wide-scale violations which can influence election results. Despite the number of violations reported (according to statistics) is low, tendencies that appeared in first voting hours are still there as of 4:00 PM.  
 

  As of 12:00 PM, observers of the Civil Network OPORA reported some procedural violations that cannot be characterized as planned or systematic.     
 

As of 12:00 AM, the turnout in the early parliamentary election throughout Ukraine makes 20.6%. In particular, in central oblasts (Vinnytsia, Zhitomyr, Cherkasy, Kyiv, Kirovohrad,  Chernihiv, Sumy oblasts, and Kyiv city) the voter turnout is 23.6%; in the West of the country (Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia, Ternopil, Khmelnytskyi, Rivne, Volyn, and Chernivtsi oblasts) – 19.5%, while in the East (Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts) – 18.1%, and in the South (Odesa, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia oblasts) – 20%. The error is 1.2%.    
 

Preparatory meetings of precinct election commissions and the beginning of the voting process in early parliamentary elections in Ukraine started in calm atmosphere and without electoral violations on mass scale. At the same time, unknown persons provided false information about mining of some polling stations in Mykolaiv and Rivne oblasts.  
 

Today, on 26 October 2014, Early Parliamentary Elections are being held in Ukraine. 6436 candidates in nationwide and single-member districts compete for seats in the Parliament. In total, 52 parties participate in the elections, 29 of which registered party lists in nationwide election district. There are 35 million voters in Ukraine, citizens having 18 years of age or elder, who have the right to vote at more than 33 thousand polling stations in Ukraine and abroad. It should be mentioned that more than 465 thousand Ukrainians are registered to vote in a single overseas electoral district, particularly in 72 countries at 112 polling stations.  
 
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Ірина Швець
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Кілька місяців тому партія незалежних висунула мою кандидатуру на посаду губернатора великого штату Нью-Йорк проти кандидатур містера Джона Т. Сміта і містера Бленка Дж. Бленка. Я невиразно відчував, що в мене є одна важлива перевага перед цими добродіями, а саме - моя незаплямована репутація.

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