More than 2 Thousand Ukrainian Citizens Voted in Warsaw

22:03, 21 November 2004
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More than 2 thousand Ukrainian Citizens voted at the Polling Station #272 in the Pole Capital. This information comes form a correspondent of the `Public Radio`. The total number of voters in the lists in Warsaw is 3 thousand 960 persons.

Independent reviewers who were watching the voting process affirm that there were no violations.

Taras Kravets, the member of the electoral commission, informed the `Public Radio` that this time there would be significantly fewer unhappy persons because the awareness campaign in the newspapers, radio and TV was well organized. And the Chair of the Commission Irina Deshchitsya told that Ukrainian citizens were more active during the second round.

The total number of Ukrainina citizens that could vote in four cities of Poland: Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow and Lublin is more than 7 thousand persons.

Source: Public Radio

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