More protocols are expected from the two district commissions.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) assumes that the final results of the first round of presidential elections can be preliminarily set on Sunday, April 7.
This was said at a briefing during a break in the CEC meeting on Friday by the Deputy Head of the commission Yevgeny Radchenko, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“We hope that tomorrow (April 6) we will do almost all the procedures to determine the final election results the day after tomorrow, but I emphasize that this is preliminary information,” said Radchenko.
He said that the CEC had already received 197 of the 199 protocols from district commissions. More protocols from the two commissions from the Kherson and Nikolaev regions are still processed, and on Friday should arrive at the CEC.
Radchenko also noted that a number of regional committees must still clarify their protocols by the decision of the CEC.
“They are now around 15. Perhaps this figure will change since the protocols are still being processed by district commissions,” he explained.
In addition, on Friday, the CEC completed the acceptance of protocols from the entire 101 polling stations of the foreign constituency.