All candidates, who were supported by Hungarian government, lost the election
Three candidates for the Verkhovna Rada, who ran in single-seat districts in Transcarpathia and had the support of the Hungarian government, lost the election.
According to the "Yevropeiska pravda" , this is evidenced by the data on the website of the Central Election Commission.
Three Hungarian candidates - Vasyl Brenzovych, Yosyp Borto and Miklos Tovt - ran as self-nominated cadidates in single-seat constituencies.
Brenzovych, who in the previous convocation was a deputy from the BPP party, lost in the 73rd constituency. Based on 55.65% of protocols, he has half the votes of his opponent, Vladislav Polyak.
In the 69th district Tovt ranks third (14,22% of votes) based on 72.18% of protocols processed.
Borto in the 68th district is only the fourth with a result of 15.90% of the vote,
The CEC has processed almost half of the protocols.
23 July 2019 12:56
Robert Horvat won the election to the Verkhovna Rada elections in the 68th single-mandate constituency
22 July 2019 12:17
Еще бы! Это не кандидаты, а забронзовевшие памятники! Надо было еще больше венгерским властям с ними носится и в жопу целовать. Кандидатов тупее и самодовольнее этих, было тяжело среди наших венгров найти. Навыдвигали чванство ходячее - получили заслуженный результат.