The CEC summed up the results of the elections to the Parliament: 445 deputies have been elected
On Sunday, November 11, the Central Election Commission of Ukraine finished announcing the official results of the elections of the members of Parliament.
The CEC approved the protocols on recognition of the elected deputies in the last 34 single-member constituencies, having refused to exclude from the agenda establishing the results of the vote in the 11th and 14th single-member constituencies, informed Interfax-Ukraine.
In general, 220 deputies have been elected in single-member constituencies, including from the Party of Regions - 113, the "Batkivshchyna" - 39, "Svoboda" - 12, "UDAR" - 6, United Center - 3, the National Party - 2, the "Soyuz" party - 1, the Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko - 1, and 43 independent candidates.
On Saturday, the CEC also announced the official results of the vote for party lists, according to which 225 deputies have been elected to the Parliament, including 72 from the Party of Regions, 62 - from the "Batkivshchyna", 34 - from the "UDAR" party, 32 - from the Communist Party of Ukraine, 25 - from "Svoboda".
Thus, in general, by party lists and in single-member constituencies 445 deputies have been elected to the Parliament, including from the Party of Regions - 185, the "Batkivshchyna" - 101, UDAR - 40, "Svoboda" - 37, CPU - 32, the United Center - 3, the National Party - 2, the "Soyuz" party - 1, Radical Party of O.Lyashko - 1, and 43 independent candidates.
The CEC decided that in five single-member constituencies it impossible to determine the results of the elections and the Parliament recommended the CEC to appoint new elections in those constituencies. This refers to constituencies number 94 (Obukhiv, Kyiv region), 132 (Pervomaysk, Mykolaiv region), 194 and 197 (Cherkasy region), 225 (Kyiv, Shevchenko district).