Potential candidate Viktar Tsiareshchanka claims to have 105 thousand signatures collected in support of his candidacy
Potential candidate to presidency Viktar Tsiareshchanka claims to have gathered 105 thousand signatures in his support. If this claim is true he becomes the second person to gather more than 100 thousand signatures – the amount of signatures needed for being registered as a candidate - after the incumbent president Alexander Lukashenka.
Siarhei Haidukevich claims to have 87 thousand signatures, members of Tatsiana Karatkevich’s inititative group claim 75 thousand signatures, members of Nikolai Ulakhovich’s inititative group claim to have gathered 72 thousand signatures.
Fair World leader Kalyakin claims to have collected 54 thousand signatures, Anatol Lyabedzka claims to have 42 thousand signatures.
The Russian side is grateful to Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko for his decision to go to Russia as the visit after the presidential election, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Belarus Alexander Surikov said in an interview with the STV channel, BelTA has learned.
“We are grateful for this decision,” the Ambassador said.