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Who wins the parliamentary elections (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Кто побеждает на парламентских выборах?

What kind of support do parties in different regions of the country have that win in majoritarian districts, and how much each party will be able to gather deputies in the new Rada.

The answers to all these questions are in the online election guide.

Петр Порошенк
first five:
Klitschko Vitaliy Vladimirovich,
Lutsenko Yuri Vitalievich,
Bogomolets Olga Vadimovna,
Groysman Vladimir Borisovich,
Dzhemilev Mustafa

Block Petro Poroshenko

"Petro Poroshenko Bloc" takes the second position on party lists and leads in the majority districts. BPP candidates win in 64 majoritarian districts. But the headquarters representatives are counting on 90 majority deputies. As a whole, the bloc can receive from 127 to 153 deputies in the Rada of the 8th convocation.

Блок Петра Порошенко
Арсений Яценюк
first five:
Yatsenyuk Arseny Petrovich,
Chernovol Tatyana Nikolaevna,
Turchinov Alexander Valentinovich,
Parubiy Andrey Vladimirovich,
Teterev Andrey Anatolyevich

Popular Front

The main surprise of this company is the success of the Popular Front. The party of Yatsenyuk takes the first place on party lists. The Popular Front has the greatest success in the Ternopil and Ivano-Frankivsk Regions. Together with the majority, the party can apply for 83 seats.

Народный фронт
Андрей Садовый
first five:
Anna Gopko,
Semen Semenchenko,
Alexey Skripnik,
Oksana raw foodists,
Victor Krivenko

Self help

Preliminary data from the Central Election Commission indicate that the capital cast a total vote for the Sadovy party. Helped and native Lviv. Support allowed "mutual assistance" to take third place in the overall standings. The party will be able to get another mandate at the expense of a candidate from the majority district. In total, Self-Help claims 33 mandates.

Самопомощь
Юрий Бойко
first five: Boyko Yuri Anatolyevich,
Alexander Yuryevich Vilkul,
Dobkin Mikhail Markovich,
Rabinovich Vadim Zinovievich,
Bely Alexey Petrovich

Opposition block

The opposition bloc "raised its head" in this election. The remnants of the Party of Regions, led by the former head of the Fuel and Energy Ministry, Yuri Boyko, took fourth place on party lists. These are 29 deputies. The number of "opposition" may increase due to majority candidates. According to Boris Kolesnikov, only in the Donetsk region, former regionals won in 10 districts.

Оппозиционный блок
Олег Ляшко
first five:
Lyashko Oleg Valerievich,
Lozovoy Andrey Sergeevich,
Melnichuk Sergey Petrovich,
Bordyug Inna Leonidovna,
Yuri Romanovich Shukhevych

The radical party Lyashko

The result of the party Oleg Lyashko did not become a sensation - the rating of the country's main radical over the past few weeks has plummeted. But now we have an answer not to the main question of this election campaign: who votes for the Radical Party, and in which regions its electorate lives. This is completely Chernihiv - the native region for Lyashko. Candidates in the majoritarian districts from the Republic of Poland do not have the support of the local population at all - not a single victory so far. In total, radicals can count on 22 mandates.

Радикальная партия Ляшко
Юлия Тимошенко
first five:
Nadezhda Savchenko,
Yulia Timoshenko,
Igor Lutsenko,
Sergey Sobolev,
Elena Shkrum

Fatherland

"Fatherland" Yulia Tymoshenko overcomes the barrier of 5%. The party received the best result in Central Ukraine, which is traditional for it. Tymoshenko will be able to get 19 people's deputies in the new Parliament. But for now, representatives of this party will win in two more districts.

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