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17 November 2019, 23:24

Voter turnout past 77% during parliamentary elections in Belarus

MINSK, 17 November (BelTA) – Voter turnout during elections to the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus has exceeded 77%. The figure provided by the Central Election Commission of Belarus was quoted by the Belarusian TV channel ONT, BelTA has learned.

It 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. In Minsk Oblast voter turnover is close to 79%. The figure is slightly smaller in Grodno Oblast. Voter turnout in the city of Minsk exceeds 63%.

“Votes are still being tallied. The Central Election Commission continues receiving data from territorial commissions,” the TV channel ONT said.

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