2014 Ukrainian local elections

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The 2014 Ukrainian local elections took place on 25 May 2014, four years after the conclusion of the last local elections, which took place in October 2010.wikipedia
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2014 Kiev local election

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Although the Verkhovna Rada did not schedule early local elections for entire Ukraine, it announced early elections in a number of places throughout Ukraine, including mayoral elections for some large cities, such as Odessa and Kiev. The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.
Local elections in Kiev for the post of Mayor and members of Kiev City Council took place on 25 May 2014 as part of the 2014 Ukrainian local elections.

2014 Ukrainian presidential election

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The new law allows local elections to be conducted concurrently with presidential elections. The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.
On 25 May 2014, 27 mayoral elections were also held, including those in Odessa and Kiev.

Oblasts of Ukraine

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Overall, mayoral elections occurred in 43 cities, 27 settlements, and 200 villages, in addition to 2 city council and 3 village council elections, throughout 14 of Ukraine's 24 oblasts, and were also scheduled to take place in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
They also have considerable budgets managed by an oblast council made up of people's deputies (representatives) voted into office in regional elections every 4 years, the last of which took place in 2014.

2010 Ukrainian local elections

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The 2014 Ukrainian local elections took place on 25 May 2014, four years after the conclusion of the last local elections, which took place in October 2010.

2014 Ukrainian revolution

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The elections occurred during the political crisis in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution.

List of mayors of Odessa, Ukraine

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Although the Verkhovna Rada did not schedule early local elections for entire Ukraine, it announced early elections in a number of places throughout Ukraine, including mayoral elections for some large cities, such as Odessa and Kiev.

Urban-type settlement

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Overall, mayoral elections occurred in 43 cities, 27 settlements, and 200 villages, in addition to 2 city council and 3 village council elections, throughout 14 of Ukraine's 24 oblasts, and were also scheduled to take place in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Selsoviet

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Overall, mayoral elections occurred in 43 cities, 27 settlements, and 200 villages, in addition to 2 city council and 3 village council elections, throughout 14 of Ukraine's 24 oblasts, and were also scheduled to take place in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Autonomous Republic of Crimea

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Overall, mayoral elections occurred in 43 cities, 27 settlements, and 200 villages, in addition to 2 city council and 3 village council elections, throughout 14 of Ukraine's 24 oblasts, and were also scheduled to take place in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation

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No Ukrainian mayoral or council elections took place in the Crimea, however, as, in March 2014 it was unilaterally annexed by Russia.

Russia

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No Ukrainian mayoral or council elections took place in the Crimea, however, as, in March 2014 it was unilaterally annexed by Russia.

Central Election Commission (Ukraine)

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The new law also provides for the creation of territorial election commissions, provisions for removing local election officials before the end of their term, and changes to how the country's central election commission leadership is appointed.

Two-round system

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On April 10, the parliament proposed to amend the local elections law to require a runoff vote for mayoral elections in cities with populations over 500,000, such as Kiev and Odessa, but the proposal failed a vote in parliament.

Verkhovna Rada

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The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.

Kiev

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The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.

Mayor of Kiev

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The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.

Kiev City Council

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The Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of the Ukraine, scheduled the elections for Kiev's mayor and city council for 25 May 2014, which were contested concurrently with the country's presidential election.

Cherkasy

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On March 17, the parliament announced early elections for the Cherkasy City Council.

Chernivtsi Oblast

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Kherson

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In Kherson Acting Mayor and Batkivshchyna member Volodymyr Mykolayenko won the mayoral elections in with 35.93%.

Mykolaiv

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In Mykolaiv Acting Mayor Yuriy Hranaturov kept this post with 28,29%.

Odessa

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In Odessa Gennadiy Trukhanov defeated Eduard Gurwits with 43.39% against 32,02% in the mayoral election.