On February 15 or 16, Yulia Tymoshenko’s central campaign headquarters will appeal the official election results in the High Administrative Court, reports People’s Deputy Serhiy Vlasenko (BYuT), according to Tymoshenko's website.

"Today, after the announcement of the results by the Central Election Commission, the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc is absolutely ready to appeal to the High Administrative Court, as per the law on the presidential election. As far as I know, this appeal will be filed with the court on February 15 or 16, immediately after receipt of the printed version of the final protocol from today's meeting of the Central Election Commission," Serhiy Vlasenko said today on Channel 5.

He recalled that the elections were held with significant violations of the law. "The Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc will respond in a civilized European way - go to the court with a complaint and use all possible ways to prove in court that there were violations of current law. We demand a recount. This is a normal, European, democratic procedure," he stressed.

According to Serhiy Vlasenko, today's meeting of the Central Election Commission from a legal standpoint is identical to the events during the previous presidential election in 2004. "Everything was exactly the same as in 2004. If you remember, the representatives of presidential candidate Yushchenko, Katerynchuk and Zvarych, demanded that their complaint be considered and they were denied. We have the same situation now. Then the lawyers shouted that the court case hasn’t been decided yet but nobody paid attention. The exact same thing is happened today," he believes.

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