Central election Commission of Belarus has not registered the former head of Belgazprombank Victor Babariko candidate for the presidency. Mr. Babariko was considered the main opponent of the incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko in the elections on 9 August. Today, 14 July, the CEC will announce a full list of registered candidates. The reason for refusal of registration, the Chairman of the CEC Lidia Yermoshina named the letter from the state control Committee about the illegal activities of Mr. Babariko and illegally received income not reflected in the Declaration, and that the candidate has relied on the assistance of a foreign state. “It is an unconditional basis for refusal in registration as a presidential candidate,”— said the head of the CEC at the meeting (quoted by TASS).Victor Babariko was detained and arrested in mid-June in the case of Belgazprombank. He is accused of tax evasion, financial fraud and bribery. Entrepreneur linked their persecution to the nomination of candidates for the post of head of state. Also, the CEC refused to register the opposition Valery Tsepkalo. Earlier, the interior Ministry of Belarus stated that there were “no illegal activity” policy. Co-chair of the movement “Tell the truth” Andrey Dmitriev and former MP Anna Konopacka registered candidates. Just to register the candidates with the necessary documents to the CEC was filed by seven people.About the features of the electoral race in the country — in the material “Kommersant” “the Thief should be in the list”.