The oppositional candidate in presidents of Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovski after the filing of the complaint to the CEC on the results of the vote left the CEC building through another exit. About it to radio Svaboda was told by the lawyer of the Belarusian banker Victor Babariko Maxim Sign.
According to him, Tikhanovski and its associates entered the building of the CEC at about 16.00. Around 19.00 Mark and other colleagues left the building, and Tikhanovski were talking in the “government representatives” and allegedly warned about the inadmissibility of actions promoting unrest.
The sign said that after this Tikhanovski went through the other exit.
The press-Secretary of the headquarters Tikhanovski Anna krasulina later told radio Svaboda that the candidate, after leaving the CEC, said, “I decided,” and left in an unknown direction. The headquarters is unknown, a decision was taken by the candidate.
Chief of staff Tikhanovski Maria Kolesnikova at about 22.00 said Tikhanovski filed a complaint with the Sign.
“I know that Light said that he wanted to be with their kids, and walked out of the building of the CEC through a different exit,” she added.
TUT.BY in the Telegram quoted a Sign that said that Tikhanovski free.
“She voluntarily left the building, said that now go, and went. Where she went, she would comment on their own. She was not arrested, she’s free, she’s on the phone, think she will comment on what happened, I do not know,” he said.
Krasulina told Ukrainian Publicthat does not know exactly where is Tikhanovski.
“We have decided not to participate in street protests: first, against Svetlana was preparing a provocation, secondly, it was unclear whether it will provoke the presence of a surge of violence. Personally, I don’t know where it is located, and the staff doesn’t know. Her phone is not responding. Around 18.00 it went to the CEC with your lawyer. After that it was a “private conversation” for three hours. She then told the lawyer that he “decided” and left the CEC. Where it is now, we don’t know. But we respect her decision, whatever it was. All that she could, she did,” said krasulina.
The question remains Tikhanovski in the country or have left the territory of Belarus, the speaker responded that “does not exclude any option.”
Krasulina added that the staff continues to collect data on violations of the election and thinks how “to defend the victory.”
9 August in Belarus was the main day of voting in the presidential election. According to the preliminary results of the CEC, President Alexander Lukashenko voted 80.2% of voters for the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovski of 9.9%.
At the headquarters Tikhanovski the official results do not recognize and declare that in all regions of the country voters cast for it from 70% to 90% of the votes. Tikhanovski appealed the election results.
After the polls closed in several cities of Belarus the protests began, the most massive in Minsk. Between security forces and protesters clashes began. To disperse protesters in the center of Minsk , the security forces used stun grenades, rubber bullets and water cannons.
Press Secretary of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Belarus Olga Chemodanova on August 10 said that night during protests across the country was arrested 3 thousand people. According to her, as a result of collisions have suffered more than 50 citizens and 39 police officers, some of them hospitalized.
The imprint of Belarus opened a criminal case against the protesters.
The CEC plans to announce final election results on August 14.