In particular, the situation is still unclear in three election constituencies in Kyiv. In constituency 216, self-nominee Oleksandr Suprunenko, who lost to a candidate of the Batkivschyna United Opposition Ksenia Liapina, challenged the results of the vote count in court and demands the head of district election commission be replaced. In addition, Kyiv Court of Appeals has not yet produced a ruling on Liapina’s lawsuit against the lower court’s decision on the recount of votes in several polling stations of the constituency.
A district election commission hasn’t yet submitted a final result of the vote count in constituency 223. With 83.16% of the ballots counted in the constituency, self-nominee Viktor Pylypyshyn is several dozen votes ahead of his principal rival Svoboda All-Ukrainian Union member Yuriy Levchenko. The police are currently holding back supporters of these two candidates outside the district commission’s office.
In constituency 211 in Kyiv, a representative of the Party of Regions, Ihor Lysov, is trying to challenge the victory of a candidate of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Union Serhiy Teriokhin, in court. On Friday, Kyiv Administrative Court of Appeal confirmed the lower court’s ruling obliging district election commission to recount votes at more than 40 polling stations of the constituency.