As reported by Civil Network OPORA observers, all polling stations in the city of Lviv were opened on time.

Starting form 8 AM district electoral commissions receive information about the opening of the polling stations and conduct of preparation meetings.Thus, according to the data of DECs #119, #120, and #117, all polling stations were opened on time and successfully mustered quorum during the morning meetings.

OPORA observer from the DEC #118 reports that all polling stations in the constituency were opened on time as well. At seven polling station the Heads of PECs are absent. On average the commission is composed of 15-16 members, however, due to the unsatisfactory work of IS "Elections"

At some polling station queues of voters were noticed. Namely, at 8:00 AM lines were documented at PEC #461900 (Karadzhycha Street, about 30 people), #462126 (Medovoi Pechery Street, 25 people), #462039 (Chuprynky Street, 30 people). At the moment the activity of voters is less.


Detailed information:
Iryna Shvets, Press-secretary of observation campaign of the Civil Network OPORA in Lviv oblast - 032 254 61 63.

Civic monitoring conducted by OPORA - is a type of network activity, aimed at impartial assessment of the preparation and conduct of elections, as well as preventing electoral violations through comprehensive civic action.
Since March, OPORA conducts a wide observation campaign during snap Presidential election, interim Parliamentary elections (district #83), and special local elections.
The organization cooperates with 175 long-term observers, who are watching the course of election campaign in all Ukrainian regions.
On the Election Day on 25 May, 3,000 activists will join them to conduct the parallel vote tabulation, based on statistical sample.