«Our political party is considering giving up the parliamentary mandates. I think that all members of the Party will support this position. For us, it is critically important that this be a unanimous decision of the three opposition parties, i.e. “UDAR”, “Batkivshchyna” and “Svoboda”,” stated Victor Pynzenyk.
The politician mentioned that the voters made it clear that they didn’t want the current government to run the country. A total of 50% of people voted for the opposition, so it is clear that the Party of Regions needed the single-mandate electoral system in order to gain full control over the new Parliament. Pynzenyk said, “How can one recognize the results when, for example, an opposition candidate wins with a margin of 10,000 votes while judges rule in favor of another candidate? Today we are not fighting for names and districts; it is important for us to ensure that it’s the people who have the right to elect MPs and not the judges, the Presidential Administration or officials residing on the Hrushevskoho Street.”
Victor Pynzenyk urged all concerned voters of Ukraine to join a protest against the election fraud, which will take place on November 5, 10:00 am in front of the Central Election Commission.