Pompeio: the presidential election in Belarus is “not free and unfair”

U.S. Secretary of state pompeio said on Monday that the United States is deeply concerned about the behavior of Belarus during the presidential election, “which is neither free nor fair.”. “We strongly condemn the continuing violence against the protestors and the detention of opposition supporters, as well as the use of Internet closures to prevent the Belarusian people from sharing information about elections and demonstrations,” pompeio said in a statement The presidential election in Belarus was held on August 9. According to the data of the Central Election Commission of Belarus, current president Lukashenko won 81.35% of the vote, while the main competitor, dihanovskaya, got about 8% of the vote. Dihanovskaya’s election committee said it did not recognize the Commission’s vote count, saying that according to data from polling stations across the country, she won 70% to 80% of the vote. After the closure of polling stations, riots broke out in Minsk, which lasted until the next morning. Law enforcement officers used flares and water cannons to disperse the protestors, and rubber bullets were also reported to have been used. The Ministry of the interior of Belarus has not yet released the number of detainees. At present, the situation in Minsk is calm. Huawei Yu Chengdong: Huawei mate 40 will be released in September, carrying the “out of print” Kirin’s latest 5g chip

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