Presidential elections in Ukraine (unknown date)

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Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: We have no doubt that the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky is legitimate. Anyone who does not have such confidence should apply to the Constitutional Court. The basis for our confidence is the Constitution of Ukraine
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken: We are working with the government to strengthen Ukraine's election infrastructure. Thanks to this, once Ukrainians agree that conditions allow, all Ukrainians, including displaced persons, will be able to exercise the right to vote
Petro Poroshenko said that he intends to nominate his candidacy in the next presidential elections in Ukraine: “Yes, I am going to participate in the next presidential elections. But first, for these elections we need a victory.”
Today, March 31, 2024, at this time, sociological companies could publish the preliminary results of the presidential elections in Ukraine, but this will not happen due to the ongoing aggression of the Russian Federation. Of course, elections will be held after Ukraine’s victory!
Head of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: “The Constitution contains Article 108, which clearly stipulates that the President of Ukraine fulfills his obligations until the next president takes office. This is the principle of continuity of power.”
Vladimir Zelensky: In order to hold elections in wartime, the relevant legislation in Ukraine must be changed, the military must be given the opportunity to express their will and understand how seven million Ukrainians who are abroad will vote
CEC: There are no problems with the legitimacy of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky after May 20. He must exercise his powers until his successor assumes office. And presidential elections must be called within 30 days after the end of martial law
Vladimir Zelensky in an interview with Fox News: Now I have the greatest support in society. So if we hold elections now, people will elect me. Needless to say, I'm trying to stay in power
KIIS poll: 53% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that Vladimir Zelensky should run for a second term in the event of presidential elections in Ukraine, 43% are against this. In December 2023, this ratio was 59% to 34%
KIIS poll: 69% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that Vladimir Zelensky should remain as president until the end of martial law; 15% - for elections during the war; 10% believe that Zelensky should resign and transfer powers to the head of the Verkhovna Rada
Mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko: “Elections during the war would be poison for the country. This could destroy Ukraine from the inside. We must definitely wait until the end of the war before organizing them.”
Vladimir Zelensky: I think we need to think about how to hold elections. If I could hold elections tomorrow, I would do it tomorrow. We must change circumstances and the law. The Rada must vote and give a mandate for the elections. They can't do it because it's prohibited by law.
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: The decision not to hold elections in Ukraine during the war has already been finally made by the authorities. This is a consensus decision of all branches of government. We also see that society considers it inappropriate to hold elections during a war
NSDC Secretary Alexey Danilov: We are in a martial law situation, during which it is virtually impossible to ensure democratic elections. Russia is starting a huge campaign to discredit the top leadership of our country, insisting on alleged illegitimacy
First Lady of Ukraine Elena Zelenskaya: “I don’t want him to become president for the next term or for the next two terms, this is impossible. We will probably have to come up with something new”
In an interview with the Associated Press, speaking about his presidency, Vladimir Zelensky noted that “there are no words to describe how difficult this work is” and he “cannot imagine leaving his post”
In an interview with the Associated Press, Vladimir Zelensky said that he is ready to hold elections, although the majority of Ukrainians are against this and consider such a vote “dangerous and senseless.” The war made it impossible to hold presidential elections in Ukraine
Future parliamentary and presidential elections will be held after the end of the war and no less than six months after the end of martial law. They should be held on the basis of the current Electoral Code, preserving the electoral systems of national and local elections - details of the memorandum signed by the heads of parliamentary factions behind closed doors in early November
Next year, I believe that there will be no elections in Ukraine at all. Neither parliamentary, nor local, nor presidential - the head of the Servant of the People faction in the Verkhovna Rada, David Arakhamia
Vladimir Zelensky, in an interview with The Sun, called on Valery Zaluzhny not to engage in politics: “If you manage a war, remembering that tomorrow you will be involved in politics or elections, then in words and on the front line you behave like a politician, and not like a military man, and I think this is a huge mistake
Vladimir Zelensky, in an interview with The Sun, ruled out holding elections during the war: This is illegal and will lead to the division of the country at a time when people will be focused on fighting Russia.
The Guardian, citing its own anonymous source: Vladimir Zelensky is acutely concerned about the “Churchill phenomenon” - the likely defeat in the elections of a “successful wartime leader”
Deputy Speaker of the State Department Vedant Patel: The United States does not insist on the need to hold elections in Ukraine next year. As far as I understand, this is in accordance with their Constitution, so we will simply leave it to the discretion of the Ukrainians
Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission Sergei Dubovik: Elections, in particular, the President of Ukraine are called by a resolution of the Verkhovna Rada. You and I have not seen either a draft of such a resolution or any other official documents. The Martial Law Law clearly states that elections will not be held during martial law.
Head of the Committee of Voters of Ukraine Oleksiy Koshel: The election process has de facto started in Ukraine. We can already see the extremely high level of activity of some potential presidential candidates. The probability of an election scenario in 2024 is extremely high
Representative of the President in the Constitutional Court Fyodor Venislavsky: The legitimacy of a president elected during the war will be questionable. Failure to comply with the constitutional principles of suffrage provides absolute grounds for doubting the legitimacy of the next president, whoever he may be.
Volodymyr Zelenskyi: I believe that now is not the time for elections. Now, in wartime, when there are many challenges, it is absolutely irresponsible to throw the issue of elections into society
Vladimir Zelensky ordered his team to prepare for the presidential elections on March 31, 2024. It is the president without parliament - people's deputy Alexey Goncharenko
In order for the presidential elections in Ukraine to take place within the time frame specified by the Constitution (March 31, 2024), a decision on their holding must be made before the end of November. Already in December, the first procedures for the election campaign should be carried out and a number of changes to legislation should be adopted.
The Verkhovna Rada is preparing rules for post-war elections. The draft law being developed proposes to create a temporary special commission (TSC), which will determine whether to hold elections in a particular territory - NV sources in the Verkhovna Rada
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba: Vladimir Zelensky is now considering the possibility of holding presidential elections in the spring of 2024. We are not closing this page. But holding presidential elections during war will be accompanied by unprecedented difficulties
The Office of the President is serious about holding presidential elections in the spring of 2024 and plans to reboot the Central Election Commission for this purpose. Representatives of the majority in the Verkhovna Rada are already working on changes in legislation to make possible the expression of the people's will in the front-line territories - NV reports, according to data from several sources
Alexey Arestovich plans to run in the next presidential election, if one takes place. “Yes, I will nominate,” he replied in a comment to the Interfax-Ukraine agency.
KIIS poll: 81% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that elections should be held only after the end of the war. Only 29% approve of holding elections online
International Republican Institute (IRI) poll: 62% of Ukrainians surveyed believe that any elections should be held only after the end of the war. Only 20% are in favor of holding presidential elections during martial law, 39% are in favor of holding elections for the Verkhovna Rada
Former adviser to the Office of the President Alexey Arestovich proposes holding simultaneous elections in Ukraine and Russia in the spring of 2024. This will require declaring a truce for the duration of the elections and changing the martial law to a state of emergency. The elections themselves in Ukraine should be held online through “Diya”
Head of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: “I turned to my fellow parliamentarians from many parliaments with a request: please give me the experience of your parliaments, how you conducted or did not conduct elections during the war. And now we are exchanging these experiences. I think that in We will have some kind of decision soon"
Only 15% of Ukrainians have a positive view of holding presidential or parliamentary elections in 2024, 64% have a negative view. The main reasons for the negative attitude: lack of money, legislative ban on elections and the safety of participants - Razumkov Center survey
Active Group survey: 55.9% of Ukrainians surveyed support voting in the Diya application if elections are held during martial law, 32.7% do not support. At the same time, 47.9% will trust the results of such elections, 37.9% will not
Active Group survey: 67.4% of Ukrainians surveyed consider it inappropriate to hold elections during martial law, only 23.3% support such a decision. 57.5% support the re-election of the Verkhovna Rada in the near future, 43.8% - local authorities, 17.8% - the president
Vladimir Zelensky said that he would not seek a second term after the end of the war: “If the war had continued - yes, if the war had ended - no. I cannot run away during the war.”
Vladimir Zelensky: The situation is difficult, but elections in Ukraine can take place if the parliament manages to solve all the problems of ensuring access to voting. It is important to organize elections in a safe way for people to go to vote without being attacked. We have this task, but if our country manages to make changes to the laws, then elections will be held in Ukraine
Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak: Today there is no pressure on us from any country regarding the elections. But we are smart people, we see that in the USA, for example, even during the war there were elections, therefore, in principle, we need to look at when there is an opportunity to hold elections and not forget about it
Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Elena Kondratyuk: “When rights and freedoms are limited during martial law, holding elections that, on the contrary, require respect for all democratic rights and freedoms, is nonsense. I don’t see electorally that these elections will radically change the situation now.”
Elena Zelenskaya on Vladimir Zelensky’s participation in the elections for CBS News: I don’t know whether he made this decision or not. This will depend on the situation in the country and the possibility of organizing free and fair elections. However, if he feels that Ukrainian society no longer wants him to be president, he probably won't run. But I will support him no matter what decision he makes
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi: "The question of elections due to security is not relevant today. The law prohibits holding certain elections during wartime. I am absolutely ready. But security is a difficult element of holding elections."
Insiders from People's Deputy Alexey Goncharenko on the elections: "The United States insists on elections in Ukraine. It is important for them to confirm the legitimacy of the President of Ukraine. Especially considering that there will be elections in Russia in March. There is talk that elections should be held in the spring, in March or May 2024. But it will definitely be clear as soon as Zelensky returns from the USA"
RBC Ukraine sources in the presidential circle: As of now, the issue of holding elections next spring has not yet been resolved. Many still estimate the chances as 50/50.
More than 100 public organizations signed a statement about the impossibility of holding elections during the active phase of the war and call on international partners to increase support for Ukraine so that the war ends with a speedy victory and democratic elections become possible - the text of the statement on the website of the Civic Network "Opora"
Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Innovation Mykhailo Fedorov: Ukraine is not working on the elections at the "Diya" app. There are no informal tasks. We are not working on viborami in Diya. And the CEC does not deal with this, and the parliament does not consider laws
Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal: If partners find a format, how to ensure their presence. The key for us is recognition of the election result. If Ukrainians give their lives for democracy, then elections in war conditions must be democratically recognized. This is a priority. If we can provide it together with our partners, we can talk about this topic, research it, look for solutions and options
Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal: The Cabinet of Ministers is not an elected body, so the government is least interested in elections. There are no funds allocated for elections in next year's budget. We do not have legal and physical mechanisms, or an understanding of how to carry them out in a war. And, frankly, no one worked on them, because we have a different priority - to liberate our land, and then talk about elections
According to People's Deputy Yaroslav Zheleznyak, the draft state budget for 2024 does not include expenses for holding elections. Thus, as of today, there are no plans to hold elections in 2024, although changes to the budget may be made at any time
RBC Ukraine: “The issue of presidential and parliamentary elections was raised during the last visit of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The Americans emphasized that they are not exerting any pressure on Ukraine in this regard; whether to hold elections or not is Kiev’s sovereign decision; they are only ready to provide, if necessary, the help you need"
Vladimir Zelensky allowed online elections for Ukrainians abroad: For people abroad to vote, we must use the infrastructure of other states. Or we should conduct elections online there. Here I have a question for our partners: do you recognize these elections online? Here I have a question for our parliament: will you vote for changing the electoral code?
Vladimir Zelensky: Regarding the elections, we are ready. If our people need it. I'm ready for the elections. But this is not a question of democracy, but of security. For us, the main thing is not to hold elections, but to have these elections recognized by the world, because we are a democratic country
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexei Danilov: Holding elections in the conditions in which our country finds itself is a matter of internal destabilization. Ukraine, as a state, must ensure the right to vote for every citizen, which is impossible to do during such an active phase of the war.
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba: The problem is not whether President Zelensky wins the next election or not. The question is different. According to our legislation, it is impossible to hold elections in wartime conditions.
Active Group poll: 58.3% of polled Ukrainians support the nomination of Volodymyr Zelensky for a second presidential term in 2024, 27.5% - against, 14.1% - undecided
Volodymyr Zelensky: In 2024, if there is a war and presidential elections in Ukraine, I will never leave my state in my life
Volodymyr Zelenskyy: By law, we do not have the right to hold elections now, but I am ready for such legislative changes. Such elections should be absolutely democratic, transparent, on our territory, with the participation of the military and observers from all over the world, as happened in the elections in 2019
Poll of the Ukrainian Institute for the Future: The majority of Ukrainians believe that only after the victory of Ukraine it is necessary to hold presidential elections (76% of respondents), elections to the Verkhovna Rada (61%) and local elections (56%). Nevertheless, some respondents believe that in 2024 it is necessary to hold presidential elections (15%), elections to the Rada (28%) and local elections (33%)
US Senator Lindsey Graham: "Holding democratic elections during a war will be seen as a bold and meaningful decision by President Zelensky and the people of Ukraine. I would call on all of Ukraine's allies to provide financial and technical assistance to support these efforts"
Spanish newspaper El Pais sources: The inner circle of the Ukrainian president is now in favor of starting the election race in 2024 to elect the Ukrainian parliament and president. Sources consulted by El Pais attribute this to Zelenskiy's attempt to stem the decline in popularity and maintain legitimacy in the face of possible negotiations with Russia.
Vladimir Zelensky: "I don't want the attitude to power that it holds. I don't hold on to anything. I would like to hold elections. I like to do it when we need it, throughout the year"
Vladimir Zelensky: It is forbidden to hold elections. But the Rada can change the legislation if the US and Europe agree to fulfill several conditions: 1. give $5 billion to the elections so as not to withdraw them from the defense budget, 2. observers must be in the trenches, 3. organize the election infrastructure for refugees
Yelena Shulyak, chairman of the Servant of the People party: What kind of elections can there be when hostilities are going on? Now the war, the concentration is one - victory. Will there be elections? Will. When? After the victory. Will there be changes in the legislation? Will.
OPORA poll: 68.4% of Ukrainian citizens believe that it is necessary to postpone elections in the territories of ORDLO and Crimea after their de-occupation. 32.6% of respondents believe that they should be postponed for a period of 1 to 5 years, 24.5% - for 1 year, while 21.7% believe that elections should not be postponed at all
NSDC Secretary Oleksiy Danilov: We will act according to the law of our country, according to our Constitution, and we will determine when we hold elections, in accordance with our legislation, and not according to the wishes of some or other of our respected partners who believe that we can violate our laws
Republican US Senator Lindsey Graham: It's time for Ukraine to take the next step in the development of democracy, namely, to hold elections in 2024. I want this country to have free and fair elections, even when it is under attack.
Chairman of the CVU Aleksey Koshel: All these informational stuffing about the elections may be one of the political technology scenarios about preventing a conditional military party from participating in the elections. Because the military enjoys great public confidence. I am convinced that in any scenario, the next parliament will consist of more than 50% of the military
Oleksandr Kornienko: Now it is impossible to conduct elections in a qualitative manner, because there are many problems regarding the security of voting and the electoral process. In addition, at least three categories of citizens, which now make up half of the population (temporarily displaced citizens abroad, internally displaced persons and military personnel), are still unable to run for office or vote
The Central Election Commission approved the approximate amount of expenses necessary for the preparation and holding of the post-war elections of the President and People's Deputies of Ukraine in 2024 in response to a request from the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine in the amount of UAH 9,825,074 - CEC press service
Active Group Poll: 76.3% of Ukrainians do not support holding elections in Ukraine during martial law. However, at the same time, 51.9% are in favor of the re-election of the Verkhovna Rada and 12.2% are in favor of the re-election of the President next fall, regardless of martial law.
Parliamentary elections in Ukraine will be held only after the end of the war. But for their implementation, changes to the legislation are needed - head of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk in an interview with Liga
Anonymous CEC representative in a BBC commentary: Despite the fact that wartime does not imply elections, nevertheless, if there is political will and relevant changes in legislation are approved, the Central Electoral Commission will have to take such a step
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk: There is no ban on holding elections during the ML in the Constitution. This prohibition is contained in the Law of Ukraine "On the Legal Regime of Martial Law". And therefore there is no constitutional ban on holding elections during martial law.
Vitali Klitschko, in an interview with LB, declared his readiness to be the next president of Ukraine: "If my knowledge, my energy, experience are needed to make Ukraine European, I will give everything. There will be presidential elections - we will talk about it"
Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk plans to participate in the country's presidential elections: "I will return to the first heavy weight, once again become the absolute champion and I will run for president"
Volodymyr Zelensky: Next year elections in Ukraine will be held if "we win, there will be no wartime, there will be no war"
KIIS poll: 71% of Ukrainians believe that after Ukraine's victory in the war it is necessary to replace the Verkhovna Rada, 47% are in favor of replacing the government, 23% believe that the President will also need to be replaced
BP speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk: We don't know how to organize voting for the 7 million who are outside of Ukraine. We do not know how to organize voting in the temporarily occupied regions. We do not know how to ensure turnout and security. Therefore, the wisest decision is to hold elections immediately after the end of martial law.
According to preliminary calculations, 855 additional polling stations are needed for all voters residing in foreign countries. Currently, there are only 43 polling stations in the EU countries. In 23 countries, there are currently not enough polling stations for our citizens to vote - CEC member Serhii Postivy
Yulia Tymoshenko: "We cannot now clearly say when and how the elections will be held in Ukraine. But we know for sure that whenever they are held, the elections will be historic. After the Victory, Ukraine will choose the strategy of the life of the state for 100 years ahead"
Volodymyr Zelensky: "The Constitution prohibits any elections during martial law. If there is no martial law, then there will be elections. Well, the law says that according to the Constitution of Ukraine, after the end of martial law, I think elections are held in 90 days"
Presidential and parliamentary elections could be combined and held in March 2024. And although the law provides for a ban on the simultaneous holding of such elections, it is not difficult to circumvent it by referring to the postponement of elections to the Rada due to martial law - source in the OP
It is more likely that the parliamentary elections will be held next spring at the same time as the presidential ones. But if for some reason there are no elections in March 2024, then they are postponed indefinitely - political scientist Ruslan Bortnik
On the last Sunday of March, the next presidential elections in Ukraine are to be held. There is one of the ideas next to the presidential elections to hold the elections of the Verkhovna Rada. We are working on different options now - Telegraph's source in the Central Election Commission
91% of Ukrainians approve of the activities of President Volodymyr Zelensky, 97% of citizens believe in victory in the war with Russia, 74% believe that Ukraine will keep all territories within its internationally recognized borders as of 1991 - poll Rating commissioned by IRI
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov: The issue of the timing of the next elections in Ukraine is very complicated. And even if there are elections, in the near future I do not see a single competitor for the president of our country
The founder of PMC Wagner Yevgeny Prigozhin announced his intention to run for the presidency of Ukraine in the 2024 elections. He published the corresponding video message in his own Telegram channel. He explained that he intends to compete with Vladimir Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko
Poll of the Sociological Group "Rating": 65% of Ukrainians believe that Vladimir Zelensky should be re-elected as President of Ukraine for a second term, and 25% that he should leave office after the end of the first, another 2% are in favor of terminating his powers as soon as possible
Oleksiy Koshel, head of the Committee of Voters of Ukraine: Despite the fact that martial law will be lifted, we already need to adapt the electoral legislation to the new realities. CEC and CVU are already developing their vision of changes to the Electoral Code
Third President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko: I think Zelensky will run for a second term. It may not even be his wish. Maybe it's the desire of his team. Because there are many things that you can’t quit right away, and they need to be continued.
Two-thirds of the polled Ukrainians (66.4%) would support electronic voting in the elections in the Diya app after the Victory and 61.5% trusted its results of such voting - data from an Active Group sociological survey on January 6-8
Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov regarding the presidential elections in Diya: We need people's support, trust in the digital state, the judicial system and law enforcement agencies. And after that, maybe Ukraine will be ready for electronic voting. For us, this is still a long way to go, many things need to be reformed
Once martial law ends, it will be very difficult to hold elections immediately. There needs to be a little transitional period. And it can be different for different territories - First Vice Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Alexander Kornienko
Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Oleksiy Arestovich: "Parliamentary elections in Ukraine will greatly determine the results of the presidential elections, which should be held in a short period of time. It will be terribly fun"
Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the Office of the President, in an interview on Ramina Eshakzai's youtube channel, confirmed that he would try to run for president if Volodymyr Zelensky did not submit his candidacy in the next elections, which were scheduled to be held in March 2024
Putin believes that the war against Ukraine will end before the presidential elections in the Russian Federation in March 2024. Kremlin political technologists have already begun to prepare for the election campaign - Meduza, citing sources in the presidential administration of the Russian Federation
The West strongly advises the Ukrainian authorities not to postpone the parliamentary elections, which are to be held on October 29, 2023. This is seen as a signal that the West sees the prospects for the end of the war before mid-2023 -, citing a source in power
Director of the sociological group "Rating" Oleksiy Antipovich: During the war, up to 80% of Ukrainians support the actions of the authorities. However, in the very first elections, the situation will change, because in peacetime, the demands of voters will be completely different.
If Vladimir Zelensky does not run for a second term, Oleksiy Arestovich will run for the presidency of Ukraine. Arestovich stated this in an interview with Dmitry Gordon
Advisor to the head of the presidential office Mikhail Podolyak in an interview with BBC: During martial law, elections in Ukraine cannot be held, so technically it turns out that the war will end under the presidency of Volodymyr Zelensky
The head of the Nikolaev regional military administration, Vitaly Kim, said that he would not run for the next presidential election: "I don't know how I can be useful to the region or the state, but I will say this: I'm going for the president"
More than 80% of Ukrainians help to defend Ukraine: in particular, 39% of respondents now help as volunteers, 37% help financially, 18% participate in information resistance, 12% continue to work in critical infrastructure, 10% of Ukrainians are in the defense
Ukraine at war: 92% of Ukrainians are confident that Ukraine will be able to repel a Russian attack. Belief in victory prevails in all regions of the country. 97% of Ukrainians do not plan to leave the country in the near future - poll by the Sociological Group "Rating" on March 8-9
Poll Rating: 98% support the activities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 93% support the activities of President Zelensky, 84% support the actions of the mayors. Support for Ukraine's accession to the EU and NATO is the highest ever: 86% support accession to the EU, 76% - to NATO
Ukraine during the war: 91% of Ukrainians support the actions of President Volodymyr Zelensky. Do not support - 6%, difficult to answer - 3% - poll of the Sociological Group Rating from 26 to 27 February
February 24 at 4:30 Russian troops invaded the territory of Ukraine. Martial law has been introduced in the country. The CEC stopped all electoral processes. All elections will definitely be held after the victory of the Ukrainian army, including in the Ukrainian Crimea and Donbass
Former Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Razumkov confirmed his participation in the presidential and parliamentary elections: “I took part in all the elections. I think I will also take part in the next elections. parliamentary "
I have not yet decided whether to go for a second term. This will involve supporting my personality. However, if there is pressure for me to leave early, there will be a completely opposite effect. Then I won't leave. And I will fight to the last - Vladimir Zelensky
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has not yet decided whether he will run for the next presidential election: "My daughter raises this topic, she does not want me to run for a second term. No matter how much I love my daughter, it only depends on the level of our we will have time to do"
Dmitry Razumkov hinted that he would run for the presidential elections: "The presidential elections have not yet begun. But before did everyone say that? That no one became president from the post of chairman of the Verkhovna Rada. We removed this fuse today. We will see next."
The mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko is not planning to participate in the future presidential elections in Ukraine. However, the mayor of the capital wants to nominate his party UDAR in the next parliamentary elections. Klitschko said this in an interview for RBC-Ukraine