Yesterday, during the break between the meetings, the CEC deputy chairman Andriy Mahera said that the wording of a voting paper for the national multi-member constituency will include the names of Tymoshenko and Lutsenko, which were included in the party list of the Fatherland Party at the party congress, but not registered as MP candidates.
"We have looked more precisely at transcript of the meeting - these three surnames will not be included in a voting paper," Mahera said.
In particular, he noted that the wording of a paper for the national multi-member constituency will not include the names of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and former interior minister Yuri Lutsenko, who were included in the Fatherland list at the party congress, but not registered as candidates, as well as former Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko, included in the Community Party list.
According to him, the relevant decision of the CEC will cite the previous two decisions of the Commission, one of which concerns the refusal to register Tymoshenko and Lutsenko as candidates, and another - the refusal to register Lazarenko.
However, the deputy chairman of the CEC could not clearly answer the question about the number of candidates to appear in a paper immediately after the name of the Fatherland Party.
"I suppose there will be three candidates, because we did not include additional surnames there. And such proposals has not been made," he said.
He noted that the issue of Tymoshenko, Lutsenko and Lazarenko was discussed at the meeting. Deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission also noted that the CEC decision was not unanimous. "Ten members of the Commission supported the decision, three other abstained," he said.
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