Preliminary results of the elections (referendum) shall be published by the Central Election Commission as a schedule providing unified voting results of constituency election commissions, within 5 days starting from the voting day, and such information can be placed on the website of the Central Election Commission.
The Central Election Commission shall within 45 days publish in the mass media means specified in Article 77.2 of this Code, the whole information from protocols of the Constituency Election Commissions, and such information can be placed on the website of the Central Election Commission.
Preliminary results of elections (referendum) for a constituency should be published in form of a schedule that integrates voting results for election precincts within at latest 2 days starting from the voting day.
The information from protocol on voting results of the Precinct Election Commission shall at latest 5 days after the voting day, and the information on election outcomes (voting results) from protocol of the Constituency Election Commission – at latest 10 days after the Election Day, be officially published in the mass media bodies specified correspondingly in Articles 77.3 and 77.4 of this Code.
The Central Election Commission should publish in its official publication the whole information from protocols of Constituency and Precinct Election Commissions, within 6 months after the Election Day.
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