PPO: II round of elections of the mayor of Kiev will be, if Klitschko wins more than 50%
Head of legal Department of the headquarters of the party "Block of Petro Poroshenko "Solidarity" Sergey Alekseev explained Last news that the second round of elections of the mayor of Kyiv will be held in the case, if the leader of the race, the acting head of the capital Vitaly Klitschko will not gain more than 50% of voters came to the polls.
Local elections were held in Ukraine on Sunday on the new electoral law. According to the information received, exit poll, Klitschko is gaining about 40% of voters came to the polls, the second place the candidate from "Samopomich" party Serhiy gusovsky, with the result of 9, 2% of the vote. From the original version of the law was followed, that has won elections of the mayor with a population of over 90 thousand people is the one that attains more than 50% of the votes, or the one who will beat the competitor by more than 20% of the vote.
"There were different options and different versions of the law, but, ultimately, remained the principle of the absolute majority - more than 50%," - said Alekseev.
Klitschko himself said before that he is ready to meet in the 2nd round with whomever the residents of the capital will choose His opponent. His rival in the 2nd round can be Gusovsky.
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.