Kazakhs will vote for a new President on 9 June and, for the first time since the country’s independence, Nursultan Nazarbayev is not running.
An update on findings of the National Exit Poll as of 20:00 Kyiv time will be issued at 22:00 Kyiv time.
Elections are a normal democratic procedure for NATO and for all allies, but it will be possible to comment on presidential elections in Ukraine after they are over, that is, after the second round vote.
The Serbian Progressive Party is heading for a crushing victory in elections. It has won about 50 per cent of votes and, thanks to the electoral system, this will give it enough seats in parliament to rule Serbia on its own.
On March 30 2014 Turkey will hold location elections. Their results are important for Erdogan on the eve of the first general Presidential elections, planned in August.
It should have been the end of the political crisis. Instead, the Czechs chose a protest vote. Following an early election with no clear winner, a new political crisis looms.
The billionaire prime minister of Georgia should have been pleased: His candidate swept a presidential election that international observers praised on Monday as a step forward for democracy in this U.S.-aligned former Soviet republic.
Voters in Austria have finished casting their ballots in an election that looks likely to return a grand coalition to power. Predictions indicated their share of the vote had been significantly eroded by euroskeptics.
Europe paid close attention to the vote in Germany. Correspondents from across Europe believe that whoever will govern in Berlin will have a major impact on politics in the entire eurozone.
The Bavarian regional elections have provided the ruling Christian Social Union with an absolute majority. But the defeat of the Free Democratic Party could be more detrimental to Chancellor Merkel's election success.