What Happened to “Lost” Ballots in Ukraine?

Nov 11th, 2012 | By | Category: Election 2012, Ukraine

During the 2012 Ukrainian Parliamentary Election voters were given two ballots one for party lists and one for candidates in a constituency. The number of ballots cast for parties and candidates differs from number of ballots received by voters but the Central Election Commission does not publish statistics on spoiled ballots. Why?

There were 720.166 “lost” ballots of 20.608.961 total received, or 3,5%.

Vertical axis numbers correspond to districts (constituencies).

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  1. […] 12. What Happened to “Lost” Ballots in Ukraine? More Election news “Maidan-Monitoring: Election 2012” project is implemented by Civic Information and Methodology Center “Vsesvit”. It is supported by the International Renaissance Foundation. The project is not affiliated with any political party or candidate. We map the violations of electoral law submitted by any party or candidate if it meets the project requirements – video or photo evidence, background check and is evaluated by our lawyers as possible violation. Read more about the project. Tweet September 30th, 2012 | Category: Election 2012, News, Ukraine […]

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