In the elections in Belarus, 32% of voters voted in four days

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The turnout after four days of early voting in the presidential elections in Belarus reached 32.24%. Such data were published on Saturday, August 8, on the website of the Republic’s Central Election Commission.

The highest turnout was registered in the Gomel region – 42.72% of voters voted there, the lowest turnout was in Minsk – 26.45%. In the Vitebsk region, 30.86% voted, in the Brest region – 30.11%.

Earlier on the same day, a delegation from the Federation Council arrived in Minsk to observe the presidential elections in Belarus.

The presidential elections in Belarus are scheduled for August 9. The Central Election Commission registered five people as candidates – Andrei Dmitriev, Anna Kanopatskaya, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, Sergei Cherechnya.

Two applicants – Viktor Babariko and Valery Tsepkalo – were denied registration.

On July 16, the headquarters of the presidential candidate Tikhanovskaya, as well as those who did not pass registration Tsepkalo and Babariko, announced the unification.

Lukashenko has been president since 1994. If he wins, this will be the sixth term.

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