Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In early general elections held in Ukraine, recently elected president and completed the first dissolution of parliament ahead of Vladimir Zelensky.
According to polls, the People's Servant party, led by President Zelensky, won 44% of the vote and achieved the majority.
Pro-Russian Opposition Platform for Life, which received 12 percent of the vote, completed the elections, while European Solidarity, led by former president Petro Proshenko, received nearly 9 percent of the vote.
In the April elections, surprisingly elected 41-year-old Vladimir Zelensky was unable to implement his own policies and appoint a minister because he could not get enough support in parliament.
Zelensky, who won 73 per cent of the vote in April, promises to restore confidence in the country by reforming the judiciary, security and electoral systems.