The Ukrainian presidential elections are valid, because there are no grounds to say the other, Andriy Mahera, deputy head of the Central Election Commission, told a new briefing at the CEC at midnight.

"I have no impression that the election was invalid," he said, because the violations registered cannot serve as a basis for election failure.
Mahera reminded that the elections may be ruled invalid if both presidential candidates win absolutely equal number of votes, but this possibility is 0.01%, in his words.

The CEC deputy head said the results of processing of 100% of electronic protocols will be known on February 9.

According to the Central Election Commission, reports from 207 of 225 territorial election districts showed that almost 69.13% of electors voted in the run-off.


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