Police cordoned off the Embassy of Belarus in Moscow. The guards pushed people away from the entrance to the building, according to RBC with reference to Telegram-channel edition of “Rise”.
Not in time to vote people refuse to leave. They chant “I Want to vote!”, “Lukashenka, go away”, “Change”, “We want to vote” and “long live Belarus”.
the building of the Embassy of approaching police cars, pull back riot police, reports the media.
Recall, the polling station in the Embassy in the capital closed at 20:00. Stood in line about three thousand people.
the queue at the Embassy of Belarus in Moscow — three thousand people. The polling station closed. Photo: Christina Safonova/”Medusa” https://t.co/0acE1hXvB6 pic.twitter.com/lQryEzvdVC
— Meduza (@meduzaproject) August 9, 2020
the presidential Election in Belarus was held today, August 9. According to preliminary information, Alyaksandr Lukashenka is gaining 79.7% of the votes. His rival Svetlana Tikhanovski — 6.8 percent.