The civil network " OPORA ", which Authorized observe local elections in Ukraine, recorded more than 1,000 violations by the time the polls close, which completed its work in 21. 00.
"1052 violations recorded OPORA by the time the polls closed ", - reported in the report of the organization.
Local elections were held in Ukraine on Sunday on the new electoral law. In small towns with population over 90 thousand people, the mayor was elected by a simple majority vote, and in large has the opportunity to be assigned to a second round if none of the candidates will be able to collect more than 50% of the vote.
The results must be determined before November 4 and made public for five days, and in case of holding the 2nd round in the big cities - not later than November 20.