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MINSK, March 24. /ITAR-TASS/. President Alexander Lukashenko praised the turnout at local elections in Belarus.
The elections to Soviets of People’s Deputies were held in Belarus on Sunday, March 23. The turnout reached 77.3%.
“A total of 18,809 deputies were elected,” secretary of the Central Election Commission Nikolai Lozovik said on Monday.
“Nothing extraordinary has happened at the elections,” the commission’s secretary said.
“Typical errors have been noted, but they had no impact on the results of the elections,” he said.