Well, Ukraine’s presidential election is already one for the history books – even though it’s not yet over. On March 31, 62.8 percent of eligible voters – close to 18.9 million people – cast their votes. That’s higher than the turnout for the 2014 presidential election, which was 60.29 percent. Citing Central Election Commission information, the UNIAN news agency reported that the highest voter turnout was in the Lviv region (68.88 percent), the Volyn region (68.33 percent) and the city of Kyiv (67.99 percent). The lowest turnout was registered in Zakarpattia (46.99 percent), followed by Chernivtsi (56.07 percent) and Ukrainian-controlled districts in Luhansk region (56.77 percent).
Ukraine’s presidential election, round 1
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