Babrujsk observers of the campaign “Right to Elect” file resulting complaints to the TEC, prosecutor's office and CEC. The majority of the complaints concern the overestimation of the turnout and the impossibility to observe the vote counting.
“During the voting at polling station No. 6 I took my ballot with me. However, in the final protocol of the precinct commission it is stated that the number of the ballots issued to electors is equal to the number of the ballots in the ballot box”, says Aliaksei Kolchyn, who observed the elections at polling station No. 56.
After the spontaneous rally and procession on October 11 the police detained not only five activists of the anarchist movement who spent the night in the detention center in Akrestsin Street, but also the participants of an art performance, Yury Ursa and Yauhen Amelkau.
The assembly and procession of October 11, 2015 in Minsk was peaceful. The absence of an application for holding mass actions, required by law, is not a reason to limit the freedom of peaceful assembly. We should also mention the spontaneous character of the action and the inability to identify the organizers.
The independent observer at polling station No. 24 in Salihorsk Viktar Malochka appealed to the Salihorsk District Prosecutor's Office regarding the considerable overstatement of turnout of voters on the election day in the protocol of the PEC.