Parliamentary Elections In Ukraine were certainly democratic,
free and transparent, told the Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov on October
31, 2012 during the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
According to Mykola Azarov, there is more than
enough grounds for such statements. Voting was held absolutely on all of the
polling stations, the will of our citizens was not complicated
or disrupted nowhere. The turnout was high and generally matched to the active
position of political forces and citizens during the election campaign.
"Unprecedented efforts we have taken to ensure the transparency of
elections were justified - Mykola Azarov said. Video fixation worked reliably throughout.
We did it, despite the fact that for the implementation of this large-scale
project we had extremely short time and, unfortunately, not European conditions
by the quality of communication, availability of good internet connection, etc".
According to Mykola Azarov, video fixation has become a powerful
preventive measure against violations and falsifications. And that is a
documentary base in controversial cases also.
The Prime Minister also emphasized that all observers, and there was a
large number of them, had the access to the electoral process. Representatives
of political parties, that participated in elections,
controlled all processes in the elections so far as they had the desire and
"The total number of recorded violations and their nature
absolutely do not give reasons to doubt the legitimacy of the elections and that
the will of the citizens of Ukraine
took place truly free and conscious", - Mykola Azarov said.
Besides the information on counting of votes, officially announced by
the Central Election Commission, coincide with exit polls and opinion polls on
the results of the ruling party and its main opponents.
"That is, we have the classic picture of a well-organized,
democratic, fair and transparent elections", - emphasized Mykola Azarov.