Vitaliy Klitschko's UDAR party has decided not to form a list for participation in the 21 July snap parliamentary election and will focus on first-past-the-post constituencies only.
According to LB.ua, some of UDAR's candidates are:
No 89 (Snyatyn) – MP Yuriy Solovey
No 90 (Bila Tserkva) – Volodymyr Kostykov, assistant to MP Artur Palatnyy
No 91 (Fastiv, Makarov) – Orest Kryshtofovych, assistant to MP Artur Palatnyy
No 92 (Uzyn) – Oleksandr Kanyura, assistant to MP Artur Palatnyy
No 93 (Myronivka, Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyy) – Mykola Holovyn, assistant to MP Oleh Velikin
No 94 (Obukhiv, Vasylkiv) – Bohdan Zaytsev, assistant to MP Artur Palatnyy
No 95 (Irpin) – Myroslava Smyrnova, head of the Kyiv-Svyatoshynska district state administration
No 96 (Vyshhorod, Bucha) – Serhiy Fedorchenko, assistant to MP Artur Palatnyy
No 98 (Boryspil) – Ihor Levitas, Boryspil city councilor
No 115 (Lviv) – Volodymyr Kvurt, Vynnyky mayor
No 116 (Lviv) – Roman Hrytsevych, Lviv city councilor
No 119 (Brody) – Serhiy Ivakh, Lviv city councilor
No 125 (Staryy Sambir) – Maryan Antoshyk, Staryy Sambir city councilor
No 126 (Stryy) – Andriy Kit, MP
No 163 (Ternopil) – Ihor Pober, MP
No 209 (Nizhyn) – Oleksandr Kharchenko, Kyiv city councilor
No 220 (Kyiv) – Valentyn Mondriyevskyy, deputy head of the Kyiv city administration
According to Klitschko's website, the decision not to form the list was taken in order not to disperse voters for the democratic forces.
Klitschko plans to continue as mayor of Kyiv and will not run for parliament.
He also promised that the party is in for renewal.