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Preliminary voter turnout during parliamentary elections in Belarus at 77.22%

Politics 17.11.2019 | 23:29
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MINSK, 17 November (BelTA) – According to preliminary data, voter turnout during elections to the seventh-convocation House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus stands at 77.22%, BelTA learned from the website of the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Belarus.

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.

The elections have been recognized as valid in all the 110 constituencies. The polling stations closed their doors at 20:00. Vote count is now in progress.

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