Belarus presidential election ends export polls show current president Lukashenko wins

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 Belarus presidential election ends export polls show current president Lukashenko wins


(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }According to the statistics of the Central Election Commission of Belarus, the voter turnout in the presidential election is 84.05%. Export poll statistics show that Lukashenko won 79.7% of the vote, followed by Svetlana tihanovskaya, with 6.8% of the vote. Anna kanopatskaya, Andrea dmitryev and Sergei chelleqin received 2.3%, 1.1% and 0.9% of the votes, respectively. In addition, 9.2% of voters voted against all candidates. According to the previously announced election schedule, the white central election committee should confirm and announce the final election results before August 19. The fifth term of office of Belarusian President lukallen can be re elected for the sixth time. In 1994, Belarus promulgated a new constitution and began to implement the presidential system. In July of the same year, Lukashenko became the first president of Belarus and was re elected in the subsequent presidential elections. (head station reporter Wang Xiaoxue) (editor Qiu Jing) source: CCTV news client editor: Luo Chongwei_ NB12082

According to the statistics of the Central Election Commission of Belarus, the voter turnout in the presidential election was 84.05%. Export poll statistics show that Lukashenko won 79.7% of the vote, followed by Svetlana tihanovskaya, with 6.8% of the vote. Anna kanopatskaya, Andrea dmitryev and Sergei chelleqin received 2.3%, 1.1% and 0.9% of the votes, respectively. In addition, 9.2% of voters voted against all candidates. According to the previously announced election schedule, the white central election committee should confirm and announce the final election results before August 19.

The fifth term of office of Belarusian President lukallen can be re elected for the sixth time. In 1994, Belarus promulgated a new constitution and began to implement the presidential system. In July of the same year, Lukashenko became the first president of Belarus and was re elected in the subsequent presidential elections. (head station reporter Wang Xiaoxue)

(editor Qiu Jing)