The ex-candidate presidents of Belarus Valery Tsepkalo said about fraud in the elections, noting that the numbers do not correlate with reality.
Earlier Valery Tsepkalo left the country with her two sons for fear of being detained.
"the People felt that it spat in the face of that completely to his will was thrown roughly into the dustbin and call numbers which do not correlate with reality. If we were talking about the falsification of 10-20 percent, as if we are already accustomed to, but we are talking about fraud by 70 percent. Everybody understands that these figures are drawn," he said.
Presidential elections in Belarus were held on Sunday. According to the CEC, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko is gaining 81,35%, in second place Svetlana Tikhanovski with 8%. In some cities of Belarus started an unauthorized protest.