Сергій Васильченко (svasylchenko) wrote,
Сергій Васильченко
svasylchenko

Single-mandate electoral districts by oblast (2012)

For everyone interested in the 2012 parliamentary elections in Ukraine, here are maps of electoral districts by oblast. They can be compared to the electoral districts from 2002 and the changes made to their boundaries.







Autonomuos Republic of Crimea




Vinnytsia region


Volyn region





Dnipropetrovsk region




Then the CEC moved the center of electoral district #29 from Dnipropetrovsk to the city-type village Yuvileyne in the Dnipropetrovsk raion.



Donetsk region





Zhytomyr region




Zakarpats`ka region




Then the CEC merged the Batrad village council in electoral district #69, thereby liquidating another enclave.



Zaporizhzhia region



Ivano-Frankivsk region





Kyiv region




Then the CEC merged the village Ruda in electoral district #91, but the current scale does not show this.

Kirovohrad region





Luhansk region






Lviv region






Mykolaiv region






Odesa region





Then the CEC merged Pershotraven village council in electoral district #138


Poltava region






Rivne region






Sumy region






Ternopil region





Kharkiv region






Kherson region





Khmelnyts region






Cherkasy region






Chernivtsi region






Chernihiv region



Then the CEC moved the center of electoral district #205 from Novozavod raion to Desniansky raion in Chernihiv.

City of Kyiv



Then the CEC switched polling stations between electoral districts #221 and #223, thus uniting #221

The CEC made other changes to electoral districts, but they did not have significant impact on the districts.

Tags: elections, electoral districts, parliamentary, single-mandate electoral districts, ukraine
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