Elections in Belarus were held in accordance with the law, says the supervisor

MOSCOW, October 12. The head of the CEC of Russia Vladimir Churov believes that the presidential elections in Belarus were held in accordance with the law and without serious accidents.

“Serious (incidents) no… what we see suggests that the elections were conducted in accordance with the laws of the state of Belarus in a calm and organized manner,” he said Monday by phone.

The supervisor reported that, according to polls, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko is leading with more than 80%.

In this case, said the head of the CEC of the Russian Federation, play an important role and the results of its rivals. “They soon begins campaign for parliamentary elections, and this is the starting position of candidates and parties that support them”, – he explained.

The supervisor also paid attention to the percentage voting against all. “According to exit polls, a significant number of voters – between 4 and 7% allegedly voted against all,” he said.

On 11 October in Belarus have passed presidential elections, polling stations closed at 20.00 GMT. On the presidency claim the President of the liberal democratic party Sergei Gaidukevich, the representative of the civil campaign “Tell the truth” Tatsiana Karatkevich, the incumbent head of state Alexander Lukashenko and Chairman of the Belarusian Patriotic party Nikolay Ulakhovich. According to the exit polls from the polling stations, incumbent President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko at the elections, gaining between 80 and 84% of the vote.