Alexander Lukashenko has denied unverified information about the fact that he left Belarus, informs the Sputnik of Belarus.
on Sunday, the country held presidential elections. After the closing of polling stations in Minsk and other cities of the country was initiated unauthorized demonstrations of disagreement, which continued for a fifth day.
The most difficult situation in Minsk: protesters are building barricades and refused to disperse for the forcible disbandment of the Military used water cannons, tear gas, stun Blaster and rubber bullets. 1 citizen died, the majority are in hospitals. Detained about seven thousand people.
according to the information of the Central election Commission, the election defeated the incumbent head of the country Alexander Lukashenko, who scored more than 80% of the votes. Second place Svetlana Tikhanovski - 10, 09 percent. Its headquarters are told, they do not recognize the results of the CEC: According to the authorised policy, it scored 70-80%.
it was later announced that Tikhanovski left Belarus and moved to Lithuania.