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Ukraine Elections (UE) is a specialized platform about elections and the electoral system of Ukraine

We strive to conduct a comprehensive acquaintance with the data on the past and upcoming elections in Ukraine, with the procedures for electing executors to key leadership positions in the public administration system. Our mission is to maximize political awareness and understanding of electoral procedures by all participants in the electoral process, reduce fraud, promote transparency of elections and interest the electorally passive part of the audience.

We do not belong to any political party. The key principles of our work are complete independence, objectivity, impartiality. We are ready to consider any positive impact on the openness and honesty of electoral processes in Ukraine, and, accordingly, on the democratic culture of our state as the success of our work.

The "Ukraine Elections" project was founded on November 6, 2011.

We support three language versions of the site:
1. Ukrainian version,
2. Russian version,
3. English version

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