The election process in the Luhansk region is calm and without systemic disorders, said the head of the local military-civil administration Georgy Tuka.
Local Elections are held in Ukraine on Sunday on the new electoral law. Regional, city and district councils will be elected under the proportional system with open lists, and the deputies of village councils under majority system of relative majority. The results must be determined before November 4 and made public for five days, and in the case of the 2nd round of elections of the mayor in the big cities - not later than November 20.
"in General, the situation in Luhansk region is currently fairly quiet. There are some violations, but, first, They are not of a systemic nature, and secondly, They until do not carry mass character, " said Tuka.
Elections in the Donbass will be held in parts of the territories controlled by Kiev. In late summer the CEC of Ukraine adopted a decree, which determined the Kiev-controlled areas of Luhansk and Donetsk regions, where Local Elections will be held next Sunday. They will be held in 91 local Council in Artemovsk, Volnovakha, Volodarsky, Konstantin, Maryino, Starobeshevo, Yasinovatskiy districts of Donetsk region, and similarly in the towns Avdiyivka, Artemivsk, Horlivka, debaltseve, Dzerzhinsk, Dokuchayevsk and Konstantinovka.
The CEC explained its decision by addressing the heads of civil-military administrations in Luhansk and Donetsk regions, where there is the impossibility of holding local elections in these areas because They cross the line of contact and are in close proximity to it. Because of this military-civil administration is unable to provide adequate security for voters.
The military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of Donbas lasts more than a year. On February 12, negotiations were consensus about stop fire, the withdrawal of heavy weapons, the introduction to the Constitution of Ukraine for change about the decentralization of power and consolidation of special status " of Donetsk and Lugansk regions ".