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MINSK, September 12. /TASS/. The Belarusian Central Election Commission will sum up the final results of the parliamentary elections by the end of this week, Lidia Yermoshina, the commission’s chairperson, told a news conference on Monday.
"I hope we will be able to sum up the results of the elections this Friday, and the first session of the House of Representatives will open within 30 days since the elections, that is, on the last possible day, October 10," she said.
Yermoshina added that the Central Election Commission will analyze the proposals of international observers regarding the parliamentary elections and brief the president on the issue taking this into account.
On September 11, Belarus held elections to the National Assembly’s House of Representatives (lower house of parliament). According to the country’s Central Election Commission, lawmakers were elected in all districts, with 110 districts electing 110 parliamentarians out of 494 contenders. The final voter turnout was 74,8% During the 2012 parliamentary elections the turnout was 74.61%