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Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko said there was no reason to suggest the situation in the country will get out of control in Minsk on Sunday.
“No, no one will lose control, nothing will come out of control. I guarantee it. This is the top priority for the current authorities, not only for the president,” – said Lukashenko.
Earlier Lukashenko admitted the possibility of opposition rallies in Minsk following the election.
The results announced by the Central Electoral Commission of Belarus suggest Lukashenko was re-elected with 81,35 per cent of the votes while his main opponent Svetlana Tikhanovskaya got 8 per cent.
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