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Ukraine got a new president after landslide victory

It took only 25 minutes after the vallokalsundersökningen, made among the 20,000 voters, was presented at 19 Swedish time, before the Petro Porosjenko admitted defeat after a landslide victory for the untested politician Volodymyr Zelenskyj.

" I'm leaving my office but I am not leaving politics, said Porosjenko when it became clear that he did not receive the people's continued trust.

also on the international community to give its support to Ukraine so that the country can become a member of the EU and Nato.

In one of his first statements directed Zelenskyj to all the former Russian states:

– Even if I'm not president so I can say the following. To all the former soviet republics: look at us. Everything is possible!

In a short film that Zelenskyj put up in the president campaign's Facebook page thanks the future president their constituents:

– The most important of all, we united Ukraine, we united our lives, we united our people.

Really, that is not when the figures are distributed over the Ukraine. Zelenskyj received its greatest support from the eastern and southern Ukraine, with figures of over 85%. The aid was substantially lower in the western Ukraine, where it stopped at 57%.

not a surprise. The last opinion poll which was conducted on april 18 – the closer the election, so no measurements can be carried out according to the Ukrainian law – showed that the 41-year-old went into the final sprint with a crushing excess weight – 72.7 percent against Porosjenkos 27,2.

When the polls closed it was clear that Ukraine was about to get a new president. When was Volodymyr Zelenskyj scored 73.2 per cent against the president Petro Porosjenkos 25.3 per cent. 1.5 per cent of the voters chose to cast a blank vote.

the Disappointment was great among Porosjenkos employees:

" We thought that the voters would come in the lots because it is easter. But the miracle did not materialize, said Serhiy Berezenko, one of Porosjenkos the nearest men just before the polls closed.

the Kyiv Post that the party committed the ”lots” of mistakes during the election campaign. He wanted, however, not to mention which, the magazine writes.

Porosjenko himself acknowledged quickly defeated, and then quoted the Uk's former prime minister Winston Churchill:

– never Give up – never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or insignificant, never give up except to convictions of honor and good sense.

Porosjenko also said that the new president of Ukraine will face a strong opposition but that he will help Zelenskyj to get into work as president.

the two candidates, which ended with Volodymyr Zelenskyj was forced to pay a fine since he violated Ukraine's electoral law, after having proved up his ballot paper for a group of journalists.

On the day of the election was Ukraine's electoral body receiving 212 complaints from constituents. In most of the cases are complaints of different errors in the voter lists and in some places there were fewer ballots than the number of voters. Other complained that some of the nearly 30,000 polling stations were not suitable for the disabled or that they are not opened on time. A polling station in war-torn Donetsk in eastern Ukraine did not open until late in the afternoon:

on to the electoral registers, not sued, that their names are spelled wrong or they had the wrong address or date of birth, says ombudsman Liudmyla Denysova to the Ukrainian Interfax.

Also police have received notifications relating to offences in connection with elections. So far, 938 the notifications come in.

to be low. Ukraine's central electoral commission said at the 20-time on Sunday that 57.5 per cent of the 34.5 million registered voters exercised their opportunity to vote. Among the 410 000 sek foreign-registered voters see the numbers to be lower. The exact results of the election can take into the coming week.

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