Ukrainian presidential elections abroad: Poroshenko received 54,74% of votes and Zelensky gained 43,78%

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In the second round of the presidential elections in Ukraine in a foreign constituency, the leader of the race became the current head of state, Petro Poroshenko.

The Central Election Commission of Ukraine (CEC) has processed 100% of the electronic protocols from the precinct election commissions abroad as its website reported. Poroshenko won with 54,74% of the votes and Zelensky gained 43,78%, Ukrinform reports.

Recall that some 101 polling stations were formed abroad.

As The Journalist reported, an eight-year-old boy was added to the voter lists in Kriviy Rih, Ukraine.

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