The Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine in Odessa region informed about the verification of information about a bomb in the premises of the University of Odessa, where the polling station is located.
"23. 27 (00. 27 GMT) on spetsliniyu " 102 " received a message from an unknown about the fact that in the Odessa Polytechnic University is a bomb ", – leads RIA "Novosti" letter of the Ministry of interior. In the event the area went investigative team of police and experts.
according to media reports, in the Palace of students of the University, closely adjacent to other buildings of the University, is the polling station. First Sunday in the Kyiv city Council said that the Elections in the capital of Ukraine can be considered valid, but received 350 messages about different violations during the voting. Kyiv city territorial election Commission later said that a final tally of the turnout in the elections of the mayor of Kiev and the city Council of the capital of Ukraine was 41, 87%. About 20% of the polling stations in local elections in Ukraine were opened with a delay, 237 does not open at all. The elections were initiated in all regions except Mariupol and Krasnoarmeysk, where they were cancelled. As emphasized in the territorial election Commission, this is due to errors in printing ballots. In the Opposition bloc told that the responsibility for the violation of the electoral process in Mariupol and Krasnoarmeysk is himself on the President of Ukraine Petra Poroshenko. Poroshenko ordered the Parliament to amend the law to allow elections in Mariupol In the current year. Elections are not held on Kiev-controlled territories in 125 cities and towns of Donetsk region and in 146 – Luhansk that are in the area of so-called military operation of Kiev. Human rights activists summed up numerous violations during the electoral process and predicted a small turnout. The Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine has already received over 340 reports related to violations during the elections. According to local authorities, turnout for local elections in all regions of Ukraine not more than 20%. The lowest turnout – About 11% came to the polls – notes in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.