Ukrainian Supreme Council election 2017 voting live Results Dates Opinion Exit Poll Candidates

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Ukrainian Supreme Council election 2017 Results Voting Live Dates Opinion Exit Poll

Ukrainian Supreme Council election Dates 2017

Ukrainian Supreme Council election Date: 31 December 2017

The Supreme Council of Justice (Ukrainian: Вища рада правосуддя) is a state body in Ukraine which nominates judges to be appointed by the President of Ukraine.

The Supreme Council of Justice of Ukraine advises on the appointment or release of certain judges, examines the cases of infringements, and executes disciplinary proceedings involving judges of the Supreme Court of Ukraine and other highly specialized courts.


Ukrainian Supreme Council election Voting Live 2017

  1. The Verkhovna Rada o Ukraine (Ukrainian: Верхо́вна Ра́да Украї́ни, Ukrainian abbreviation ВРУ; literally Supreme Council of Ukraine), often simply Verkhovna Rada or just Rada, is the unicameral parliament of Ukraine.
  2. The Verkhovna Rada is composed of 450 deputies, who are presided over by a chairman (speaker). The Verkhovna Rada meets in the Verkhovna Rada building in Ukraine's capital Kiev.
  3. The Verkhovna Rada was transformed out of the system of the Republican representative body known in the Soviet Union as Supreme Soviet (Supreme Council) that was first established back in 1938 as a type of legislature of the Ukrainian SSR after the reorganization of the Central Executive Committee of the Ukrainian SSR.

Electoral system of Ukraine

In the elections since 2002 voters of Western and Central Ukrainian oblasts voted mostly for parties (Our Ukraine,Batkivshchyna, UDAR, Self Reliance, Radical Party, Petro Poroshenko Bloc and the People's Front) and presidential candidates (Viktor Yuschenko, Yulia Tymoshenko) with a pro-Western and state reform platform, while voters in Southern and Eastern oblasts of Ukraine voted for parties (CPU, Party of Regions and Opposition Bloc) and presidential candidates (Viktor Yanukovych) with a pro-Russian and status quo platform. Although this geographical division is decreasing.[ Till the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election the electorate of CPU and Party of Regions was very loyal to them.[23] But in the 2014 parliamentary election Party of Regions did not to participate (because of a perceived lack of legitimacy (of the election), because not every resident of the Donbas could vote) and the CPU came 1.12% short of the 5% election threshold.

A 2010 study by the Institute of Social and Political Psychology of Ukraine found that in general, Yulia Tymoshenko supporters are more optimistic compared with Viktor Yanukovych supporters. 46 percent of the Tymoshenko’s backers expect improvement in their well-being in the next year compared to 30 percent for Yanukovych.


Candidates for Ukrainian Supreme Council election

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Ukraine Parties and leaders

People's Movement of Ukraine

Communist Party of Ukraine

Party of Regions

People's Party

Union Party

For Ukraine!

Social Christian Party


Ukrainian Supreme Council past election results

Summary of the 26 October 2014 Verkhovna Rada election results

 

Party

Nationwide constituency

Constit.
seats

Total seats

 

Votes

 %

±pp

Seats

Seats

+/-

 

 

People's Front

3,488,114

22.14

New

64

18

82 / 450

New

 

 

Petro Poroshenko Bloc

3,437,521

21.82

New

63

69

132 / 450

New

 

 

Association "Self Reliance"

1,729,271

10.97

New

32

1

33 / 450

New

 

 

Opposition Bloc

1,486,203

9.43

New

27

2

29 / 450

New

 

 

Radical Party of Oleh Lyashko

1,173,131

7.44

Increase 6.36

22

0

22 / 450

Increase 21

 

 

Fatherland

894,837

5.68

Decrease 19.86

17

2

19 / 450

Decrease 82

 

 

 

 

Freedom

742,022

4.71

Decrease 5.73

0

6

6 / 450

Decrease 31

         

 

 

Communist Party of Ukraine

611,923

3.88

Decrease 9.30

0

0

0

Decrease 32

         

 

 

Strong Ukraine

491,471

3.11

New

0

1

1 / 450

New

         

 

 

Civil Position

489,523

3.1

[a]

0

0

0

         

 

 

Zastup

418,301

2.65

New

0

1

1 / 450

New

         

 

 

Right Sector

284.943

1.80

Increase 1.72[b]

0

1

1 / 450

Increase 1

         

 

 

Solidarity of Women of Ukraine

105,094

0.66

0

0

0

         

 

 

5.10

67,124

0.42

New

0

0

0

New

         

 

 

Internet Party of Ukraine

58,197

0.36

[c]

0

0

0

         

 

 

Party of Greens of Ukraine

39,636

0.25

Decrease 0.09

0

0

0

         

 

 

Green Planet

37,726

0.23

Decrease 0.11

0

0

0

         

 

 

Revival

31,201

0.19

0

0

0

         

 

 

United Country

28,145

0.17

0

0

0

         

 

 

Ukraine — United Country

19,838

0.12

New

0

0

0

New

         

 

 

New Politics

19,222

0.12

Increase 0.02

0

0

0

         

 

 

Force of People

17,817

0.11

New

0

0

0

New

         

 

 

Ukraine of the Future

14,168

0.08

Decrease 0.10

0

0

0

         

 

 

Force and Honour

13,549

0.08

0

0

0

         

 

 

Civil Movement of Ukraine

13,000

0.08

0

0

0

         

 

 

Bloc of Left Forces of Ukraine

12,499

0.07

0

0

0

         

 

 

National Democratic Party of Ukraine

11,826

0.07

0

0

0

         

 

 

Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists

8,976

0.05

[d]

0

0

0

         

 

 

Liberal Party of Ukraine

8,523

0.05

Decrease 0.02

0

0

0

         

 

 

Volia

[e]

1

1 / 450

New

         

 

 

Independents

96

96 / 450

Increase 53

         

 

Total valid votes

15,753,826

100

 

225

198

423

           

 

Invalid ballot papers

298,402

1.86

                   

 

Vacant (constituencies with no voting)

       

27

27 / 450

           

 

Total

16,052,228

   

225

225

450

           

 

Registered voters/turnout

30,921,218

51.91

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