Exit polls give Lukaskenko a broad victory in the presidential elections in Belarus

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko received a provisional 79.7 percent of the vote in the country’s presidential elections this Sunday. This is based on polls collected by the official Russian news agency Sputnik.

The president, who has been in charge of the country since 1994, appeared to be the top favorite, reaffirming his mandate in elections without the presence of major rivals after the disqualification or arrest of some of his main opponents.

The turnout during the presidential elections in Belarus was 79.01% at 6:00 p.m., according to BelTA news officer, President of the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Belarus Lidia Yermoshina, in an appearance collected by the agency.

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