Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk believes low turnout in the 2nd round of local elections in Ukraine is very bad.
The second round of elections in local authorities takes place on Sunday in 29 cities of Ukraine, for example, in some of the largest cities: Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Lviv, Kherson, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye, Poltava, Uzhgorod and Chernihiv. The results of the 2nd round must be determined before November 20, inclusive. On Sunday, the election Commission reported a low turnout at the elections of the mayor of Kiev, according to the summary data, the voter turnout in the city amounted to slightly more than 21%, and at the same time in 2014 it was at the same time, 36, 2% came to the polls.
"I watched that, according to the Central election Commission, the turnout is extremely low, and This is a very bad indicator ", - said Yatsenyuk after voting at some of the sites in Kiev. Valaisiana premiere aired on broadcast television channel.
According to the Minister, such reporting can be linked to many causes, for example, this time in the big cities for the first time elections are held in 2 rounds.
"Secondly, I think everyone came to the 1st round, and thought that have already voted and made the final decision, and until the 2nd round just not there yet. This means that the next election should intensify campaign on the need to ensure that voters were mobilised and went to vote for their candidate, " - said Yatsenyuk.
on valaisiana he came with his wife Theresa, they stood in the queue to get ballots, however, the polling station was empty, there were only a few people.