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Xie Xiaoyong
SCO mission calls Belarus' parliamentary elections as transparent, democratic
Yesterday 11:36
The campaign complied with the national legislation and international obligations of Belarus, Deputy Secretary General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), head of the SCO observation mission at the Belarusian parliamentary elections Xie Xiaoyong said.
Sergei Lebedev
Elections in Belarus hailed as competitive, open
Yesterday 11:27
According to the CIS observation mission, the elections were held in line with the Constitution, the election legislation of the country.
CIS chief: Belarus' electoral process was up to par
Yesterday 10:56
The parliamentary elections in Belarus were conducted very well, Sergei Lebedev, the head of the CIS mission to monitor the parliamentary elections in Belarus, told reporters.
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Belarus new parliament to convene on 6 December
Yesterday 09:01
The House of Representatives of the seventh convocation will commence the first session at 10:00 on 6 December, while the Council of the Republic will open its session at 14:00 the same day, Lidia Yermoshina informed.
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Preliminary voter turnout during parliamentary elections in Belarus at 77.22%
17 November, 23:29
As of 20:00 voter turnout stood at 79.34% in Brest Oblast, 82.09% in Vitebsk Oblast, 81.38% in Gomel Oblast, 78.69% in Grodno Oblast, 78.95% in Minsk Oblast, 82.3% in Mogilev Oblast, and 63.2% in the city of Minsk.
Voter turnout past 77% during parliamentary elections in Belarus
17 November, 23:24
t was noted: “The most active observers live in Mogilev Oblast – over 82% went to make their choice over there. Mogilev Oblast is followed by Vitebsk Oblast.” Gomel Oblast came in third. It is followed by Brest Oblast.
Dmitry Shevtsov. An archive photo
MP criticizes misguided observers during parliamentary elections in Belarus
17 November, 22:56
“Some observers come to stage a genuine and obvious provocation,” the MP said while talking about headline-making situations involving observers during the current election campaign.
Aleksandr Shpakovsky. An archive photo
Observers' interest in Belarus attributed to country's growing international prominence
17 November, 22:37
The expert said: “Why is interest in Belarus on the rise? Because our country now plays a more prominent role. We have the same election system, the same values. We haven't changed the Constitution. The rest of the world now views us differently."
Belarus' CEC in favor of changing election system taking into account national development strategy
17 November, 21:58
Lidia Yermoshina believes that the government will be the one to take the decision to move from the majority-based voting system to the mixed one or a proportional one. “Voters will never agree to the change and will not support it at a referendum,” she said.
Lidia Yermoshina
Belarus' CEC recognizes parliamentary elections as valid in all constituencies
17 November, 21:21
Lidia Yermoshina said: “All the constituencies in Belarus indicate that the voter turnover has exceeded 50%. Respectively one can say that all the MPs will be elected because we have no constituency without an alternative candidate.”
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