The second round of elections is taking place in seven local communities.
The second round of local elections has begun in a number of Ukrainian communities today, November 15.
In particular, residents in the cities of Sumy, Odesa and Kherson are going to the polls to elect their mayors.
Polling stations opened at 08:00 a.m. local time. The second round of elections is taking place in seven communities – Lutsk, Kamianets-Podilskyi, Sumy, Kramatorsk, Kherson, Odesa, and the town of Ukrainka in Kyiv region.
More than 1.65 million voters will be able to vote at 927 polling stations during the second round of the local elections.
The second round was not canceled even despite the so-called weekend quarantine, which was imposed starting from Saturday, November 14.
The local elections in Ukraine took place on October 25.