Deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission Andriy Mahera considers the political demands to hold re-elections countrywide as groundless.

"We must respect the statements of politicians, of course, but I am telling you there are no grounds to hold re-elections in the majority of single-mandate constituencies. Of course, we have such highly regarded institutions as Constitutional Court and Verkhovna Rada, which can make decisions and these decisions must be observed," Mahera told journalists.

According to him, repeat elections should be held only in problem constituencies. "For the moment we have five problem constituencies, and we should decide on how to guarantee electoral rights of citizens there," he noted.  

Mahera specified that the results of voting on party lists in all problem constituencies would be taken into account by CEC during the announcement of election results in the country. "We have no doubts in results of voting on party lists. The problem concerns only single-mandate candidates," CEC official underlined.


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