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**亿万富翁波罗申科在乌总统选举中大幅领先**

乌克兰总统选举的早期计票结果显示,糖果制造业巨头、亿万富翁波罗申科占据绝对领先地位。

乌克兰选举委员会星期一说,在清点过大约三分之一选票后,波罗申科获得54%的选票。

前总理季莫申科位居第二,获得13%的选票。

在投票站出口民调显示波罗申科获得56%的选票后,他宣布自己胜选,并表示准备与俄罗斯官员展开谈判。

亲俄罗斯的分离主义者威胁要干扰这次选举,在东乌克兰封锁通过投票站的道路。在分离分子控制的顿涅茨克,所有投票站都未开门,据报整个顿涅茨克地区只有16%的选民参加投票。

Poroshenko Holds Big Lead in Ukraine Presidential Vote

Early results from Ukraine's presidential election show billionaire candy maker and former prime minister Petro Poroshenko with a commanding lead.

The country's election commission said Monday that Poroshenko led with 54 percent of the vote with about a third of the ballots counted.

Former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko was in second place with 13 percent.

Poroshenko claimed victory Sunday after exit polls showed him winning 56 percent of the vote, and said he is ready to negotiate with Russian officials.

Pro-Russian separatists threatened to disrupt the vote and blocked access to polling places in eastern Ukraine. No voting stations were open in the separatist-controlled city of Donetsk, while a scant 16 percent voter turnout is reported in the entire Donetsk region.

**巴育称泰王已认可其执掌国政**

泰国军方首脑、政变领导人巴育将军说,国王已经正式认可他担任军事委员会领导人,该委员会将负责治理国家。

巴育星期一在电视转播的新闻发布会上还表示,如果再次发生政治抗议,他别无选择,只能动用武力。巴育说,他的目标是尽早举行选举,但他没有说明选举时间。

在一名记者提问时,巴育立即中断了新闻发布会。

巴育做出上述宣布的一天前,军方领导人警告抗议者说,军方将不再容忍反对政变的集会。在军方发出警告之前,军人和抗议者在全国各地爆发一系列冲突。

泰国军方官员说,对抗议者将予以逮捕、监禁并送交军事法庭审判。

Thai Coup Leader Says He Has the King's Endorsement

Thailand's military chief and coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha says the king has formally endorsed his position as head of the military council that will run the country.

In a televised press briefing Monday, the general also said that he would have no choice but to use force if political protests flare up again. He said he aims for an election as soon as possible, but gave no timeframe for a vote.

Prayuth abruptly cut the news briefing short when a reporter asked a question.

The announcement came a day after military leaders warned protesters any further rallies against its coup will not be tolerated. The warning came after a series of clashes between soldiers and protesters across the country on Sunday.

Army officials said protesters would be arrested, jailed and tried in military court.
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