“I am sure that this early election is one of the key elements of the lustration process. The next convocation must be better, with people who truly, rather than verbally, stand for the interests of country. Pro-Ukrainian politicians, with high credit of trust from the citizens, must come to power. The main task of this election is to reload the system of state power,” Klitschko commented to journalists after the voting.
UDAR leader expressed confidence that democratic forces, who had struggled to make Ukraine a truly European country, should form coalition at parliament. “We are facing both domestic and foreign challenges, and only united can we solve these issues. New majority should be formed to implement vital reforms,” the mayor underlined.
He added that his brother Wladimir Klitschko, who is currently preparing for the next fight in Austria, had applied for an absentee certificate and would vote today in Ukraine’s consulate in Munich.
Commenting on the security on the election day in Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko told that about 6.000 policemen ensure law and order at Kyiv polling stations.