On August 9, Belarus held it’s 6th presidential election. Shockingly – shockingly! – according to official estimates and exit polls, this was yet another resounding victory by the country’s long-standing strongman leader, Alexander Lukashenka. First, the exit polls, and a few hours later an official communique of the electoral commission declared Bat’ko as a victor, with nearly 80% of the votes going his way (by comparison, the official tally for Tsikhanouskaya was under 7%).


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Author Albert Świdziński
Director of Analysis at Strategy&Future.
Date 08 / 2020
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