One of the leaders of the oppositionist All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" Arseniy Yatseniuk has taken part in the electoral process, ForUm correspondent reports.

Yatseniuk found technical errors in the voting papers and administered reproofs to members of the election commission.

"I was on the list, I checked, but there were some technical details. Everything is settled," Yatseniuk said.
He added that today's choice of Ukrainians is a decisive one for the future of their country.

"I hope that these elections will at least partially meet the democratic standards. This election campaign was not easy, and massive violations have a negative impact on the elections," he said.
Giving exclusive comment to ForUm, Yatseniuk said that in his opinion, the cameras installed at the polling stations do not have anything to do with fairness and transparency of the electoral process.

"Only the commissions’ members, observers and Ukrainians are to help (ensure transparency - Ed.,), who will come and express their position," Yatseniuk concluded.

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