The main candidate of the Belarusian opposition, Svetlana Tijanovskaya, has rejected the official results, published this Monday, that will see the current President Alexander Lukashenko win Sunday’s presidential elections, while calling the unleashed violence “unacceptable”. Election night.
According to the electoral commission, Lukashenko won 80.23 percent of the vote, compared to 9.9 percent that Tijanovskaya received, while the rest of the opposition candidates barely exceeded one percent.
The interviewed leader of the Tijanovskaya election campaign, Maria Kolesnikova, has made it clear that the opposition leader does not recognize the official results and has indicated that, according to the news portal, she will make further statements in the next few hours
Tijanovskaya has apparently already rejected the violence following the initial elections, which already indicated a resounding victory for Lukashenko. Hundreds of people took to the streets of Minsk and other cities to denounce an alleged fraud in favor of the president.