Near the Central election Commission of Belarus formed a queue of citizens for filing complaints
Belarusians lined up in front of the election Commission for filing of appeals in respect of refusal to register candidates ex-the head of Belgazprombank Victor Babariko and former head of the high-tech Park Valery Tsepkalo, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
In social networks eyewitnesses post photos of the queue of several dozen people who lined up on Minsk's Independence square at the building of government House, which also houses the Central election Commission.
The CEC of Belarus RIA Novosti has been unable to provide the information, how many calls taken on Wednesday from the citizens.
On Tuesday, the representative of a staff of Babariko Maria Kolesnikova told reporters that supporters of the policy have prepared a form of citizens ' appeals to the CEC, which, in particular, voiced the requirement to register candidates of Babariko and Tsepkalo. Form of the letter posted on the official website of Babariko. Among other things, it stipulates the requirement to invite on behalf of the CEC "at least two respected international organizations to conduct exit polls in elections, allowing for the possibility of carrying out such surveys of voters and publication of results."
In Belarus, the campaign for the presidential election, primary election day scheduled for 9 August. The country has registered five candidates in presidents, two contenders on Tuesday were denied registration. Incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko is running for a sixth term. Now the country is campaigning.