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Single Voting Day was successfully held in Belarus on February 25, 2024

Single Voting Day was successfully held in Belarus on February 25, 2024.
Deputies of the House of Representatives of the 8th of the  National Assembly and local councils of deputies of the 29th legislature elected.
Registration of delegate candidates ended on January 30. The campaign period runs from January 31 to February 24. February 25 is the main election day.

Early voting takes place from February 20 to 24.
A total of 5,411 polling stations are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on February 25. Additionally, some voters can vote at home.
No less than 45,505 national observers followed the debates. No less than 294 international observers were also recognized.Delegations were sent to monitor the election on the single day of voting by the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Parliamentary Assembly of the Security Treaty Organization Collective Security and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Federal State of Belarus. and Russia, in addition to heads and representatives of the country’s election authorities as well as experts from Europe and other countries (Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, France,
Sweden, Switzerland , Serbia, Bulgaria).
In just one day of voting, Belarusians had to elect 110 members of the eighth legislative body of the Lower House of Parliament and 12,514 members of the 29th legislative body of other municipal assemblies of deputies together.

Single Voting Day was successfully held in Belarus on February 25, 2024.
Delegates are directly elected by citizens and will hold office for 5 years.
Chairman of the Central Election Commission Igor Karpenko said that the data on voter turnout has been clarified it amounted to 73.09% in the republic. More than 6.9 million people are registered to vote. Mogilev Region has the highest participation rate – 77.03%.

In the Grodno region there are 76.90%, in Gomel – 75.85%, in Brest – 75.82%, in Vitebsk – 75.63%, in Minsk – 74.20%, in Minsk – 61%.54%.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko voted in the election of deputies to the Lower House of Parliament and local councils at the polling station of the Belarus State University of Physical Education.
Heads of state, according to tradition, spoke to the media and answered many questions related to the domestic situation as well as the international agenda.
Answering the journalists question regarding the voting to the head of state what instructions he was given when voting for this or that candidate.
“I vote because of professionalism and dedication.A difficult time lies ahead. In the Parliament, we need people who are professional, trustworthy and dedicated to the people of Belarus,” said Alexander Lukashenko.
Heads of state expressed confidence that completely trustworthy and intelligent people who clearly understand the tasks of the country and its people will be elected.
“The role of Parliament will increase. Monthly, yearly.

We have transferred some powers to Congress and other authorities. A certain restructuring is underway, generations are changing.


Editor: Raja kamran