Violations will not affect the outcome of the election – Ministry of interior

Нарушения не повлияют на результат выборов - МВД

In the Ministry of internal Affairs says that violations in the second round of the presidential elections unsystematic and the result does not affect.

Systemic violations connected with the voting in the second round of presidential elections in Ukraine, as of 16:00 Sundays do not exist. This was at the briefing in Kiev, said Advisor to the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Zorian Shkiryak.

“Massive fraud isn’t recorded… no Offense are systemic in nature… No effect on the outcome of the elections will have”, – said Shkiryak.

According to him, the situation remains calm and is under the full control of law enforcement.

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As for offenses, most of them recorded in Dnipropetrovsk oblast, Kiev and Donetsk region. “As of 16.00 in the National police received 816 complaints and reports relating to the electoral process”, – said Advisor to the Minister.

For five violations information entered in the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations.

On the page of MIA in Facebook appeared infographics on the number of offences as at 16:00:

Нарушения не повлияют на результат выборов - МВД

Violations of the election April 21/MIA in Facebook

Meanwhile, Netpolicy as of 17:00 got about 940 messages associated with violations of the electoral process. 12 open criminal proceedings, composed of 13 administrative reports.

Earlier it became known that the police arrested the man who ran away with a ballot from the precinct in the Kiev region.

Also the election was recorded about the message on a mining of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power – demanding arrival at the place of one of the candidates.

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