Committee of Electors of Ukraine registers no major violations at elections to Ternopil regional council
The Committee of Electors of Ukraine says it has not registered any significant violations that could affect the results of the elections to Ternopil regional council.
"There were no violations, either during voting, or during the vote count; everything was calm and quiet. The Committee of Electors of Ukraine thinks there are no reasons to cancel the overall result," the press secretary of the Committee of Electors of Ukraine Oleksandr Chernenko said in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine on Monday.
At the same time, according to Chernenko, some villages reported cases of Regions Party representatives offering UAH 50 per vote.
"However, we didn't witness this personally, and we will ask police to check these reports," he said.
As reported earlier, the elections to Ternopil regional council took place on March 15.
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