Representatives of political parties-losers (“Viche”, Lytvyn’s bloc, Pora-PRP, Yuri Karmazin’s bloc, NDP bloc) plan to appeal against CEC official results to Supreme administrative court.

“The process is not over, and we go to Supreme administrative court, for which it will be the first serious test,” said the leader of “Viche” Inna Bogoslovska.

According to legislation, the last term of appeal expires this Saturday, April 15, as Bogoslovska said, having added that they would have appeal till Saturday.

As reported Yuri Karmazin, having announced official results on April 10, CEC violated the law, as a number of legal proceedings on ballot counting had not been closed in the regions, in Luhansk in particular.

Representative of Lytvyn’s bloc Oleh Zarubinsky informed that he had delivered letters with copies of protocols, which witness about violations during ballot counting, to Embassies of 31 countries – 25 countries-EU members, the USA, Canada, Japan, China, Russia and Turkey.

Bogoslovska also pointed out that in case the parties-losers did not get positive for them decision, they would appeal to international courts, UNIAN reported.


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