On the morning of April 2, the CEC of Ukraine published the full results of voting by citizens of the “Square” in the country’s presidential elections abroad.
In total, 55 thousand 31 Ukrainians took part in voting abroad, according to the CEC. Recall that the Ukrainian authorities refused to open polling stations in Russia, fearing a mass vote of “workers in the bargains” for pro-Russian (conditionally) candidates.
In part, this strategy helped the current president Poroshenko: at polling stations abroad, he was ahead of comedian Vladimir Zelensky.
After processing 100% of protocols in a foreign district consisting of 101 polling stations, the figures are as follows:
Petro Poroshenko – 38.93%
Vladimir Zelensky – 26.01%
Anatoly Gritsenko – 10.64%
Igor Smeshko – 6.62%
Ruslan Koshulinsky – 4.67%
Yulia Tymoshenko – 4.21%
Yuriy Boyko – 3.91%
Alexander Vilkul – 1.80%
In the meantime, the end of the vote count is approaching in Ukraine itself. Currently processed 98.45% of the protocols. Zelensky is gaining 30.23% of the vote, Poroshenko – 15.92%, Tymoshenko – 13.39%.
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