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12 Sep 2016
OSCE recommendations fulfilled at Belarus parliament election OSCE recommendations fulfilled at Belarus parliament election
“I think that large part of the OSCE major recommendations has been fulfilled to a certain extent in accordance with the law enforcement practice – first of all, the recommendations of the Central Commission. This can be also seen in the free spirit of the pre-election campaigning which was also part and parcel of the election campaign”...
12 Sep 2016
CEC to analyze proposals of international observers, to report to Belarus President CEC to analyze proposals of international observers, to report to Belarus President
“We will analyze the law enforcement practice which was used, the proposals of international observers. Taking into account all this, we will submit a corresponding report to the head of state,” the CEC chairperson said...
12 Sep 2016
Final results of Belarus parliamentary elections to be announced by week’s end Final results of Belarus parliamentary elections to be announced by week’s end
“I hope that on Friday we will be able to sum up the results of the elections. The first session of the House of Representatives will open within 30 days after the elections not later than on 10 October,” the CEC chairperson said...
12 Sep 2016
Belarus CEC: 32 written complaints from citizens of Belarus on 11 September Belarus CEC: 32 written complaints from citizens of Belarus on 11 September
The bulk of the complaints was about the non-inclusion of voters in the ballot registers. “One complaint was unreadable. It was from an observer,” Lidia Yermoshina said. According to her, today the CEC might receive more serious complaints from observers...
12 Sep 2016
Revised data: Turnout in Belarusian parliamentary elections at 74.8% Revised data: Turnout in Belarusian parliamentary elections at 74.8%
In absolute figures, the turnout was 5,212,745 voters. “I can say that these figures coincide largely with the turnout we had four years ago,” Chairperson of the Belarusian Central Election Commission Lidia Yermoshina said...
12 Sep 2016
Yermoshina: 38 women elected to Belarus’ new parliament Yermoshina: 38 women elected to Belarus’ new parliament
According to the CEC head, the number of women in the parliament has increased by 9 persons in comparison with the 2012 parliamentary campaign. Now, women will occupy 34% of the sixth-convocation House of Representatives...
12 Sep 2016
Kizima: Belarus has created maximally comfortable conditions for observers Kizima: Belarus has created maximally comfortable conditions for observers
This year these conditions were maximally comfortable. The fact that one side of a vote count table is open to observers and they can stand at a distance of no more than three meters proves that the observers can see the whole procedure of counting...
11 Sep 2016
Voter turnout in Belarus parliamentary elections at 74.32% Voter turnout in Belarus parliamentary elections at 74.32%
The voter turnout was 77.53% of the registered voters in Brest Oblast, 79.98% in Vitebsk Oblast, 75.14% in Gomel Oblast, and 76.19% in Grodno Oblast. A total of 75.35% of registered voters in Minsk Oblast cast their votes. The voter turnout in Mogilev Oblast amounted to 80.9%. In Minsk, the figure was 61.11%...
11 Sep 2016
Yermoshina calls 2016 elections ‘the most liberal parliamentary campaign’ in 20 years Yermoshina calls 2016 elections ‘the most liberal parliamentary campaign’ in 20 years
“These have been the most liberal elections over the past 20 years. I am talking about parliamentary campaigns. All candidates enjoyed the broadest opportunities for self-expression,” Chairperson of the Belarusian Central Election Commission Lidia Yermoshina said...
11 Sep 2016
Interior Ministry: No major violations of public order during parliamentary elections in Belarus Interior Ministry: No major violations of public order during parliamentary elections in Belarus
“The work of police officers would not be so effective if there were no support from citizens. We sincerely thank our compatriots for understanding the importance of the event, for assistance in ensuring smooth elections and respect for the law”...
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