“Therefore, attempts to conduct re-elections in five districts which opposition candidates already won is also a cheating at play. “UDAR” is running in the elections not because of badges or seats, so we are ready to refuse our parliamentary mandates in the illegitimate Parliament in order to ensure new elections are held under new laws. However, to make sure this happens, we need three political parties to agree and act upon this decision together. “Batkivshchyna” and “Svoboda” should join us,” said Klychko.
Klychko: Either Authorities Recognize Victory of Democratic Candidates or New Parliament Will Be Declared Illegitimate
At the meeting held in front of the Central Election Commission yesterday, Vitaliy Klychko, Leader of the “UDAR” Party stated, “Authorities should recognize the victory of democratic candidates in 13 single-mandate districts. Otherwise, the Parliament determined through fraud cannot be declared legitimate.”