В Беларуси прошли выборы президента

19 Декабря 2010, 18:44

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Belarus people leave polling-boothes before casting their ballots for the presidential elections early voting at a polling station in Minsk on December 17, 2010. Presidential candidates in Belarus made a final push for votes Friday two days ahead of elections, with few doubting the dominance of incumbent strongman Alexander Lukashenko after a low-key campaign. / AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
People cast their votes during presidential elections in one of military units near Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman feeds pigeons near a pre-election poster in Minsk on December 17, 2010. Presidential candidates in Belarus made a final push for votes Friday two days ahead of elections, with few doubting the dominance of incumbent strongman Alexander Lukashenko after a low-key campaign. / AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
Belarussian presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov holds his ballot as he leaves a booth during the presidential election in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19 in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO / MAKSIM MALINOUSKI
Belarusian presidential candidates Andrei Sannikov speaks to journalists after voting in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls Sunday in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ MAKSIM MALINOUSKI
Nikolay Lukashenko casts as his father Belkarus President Alexander Lukashenko stands near during voting in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls Sunday in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ VIKTOR DRACHEV
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko waves to journalists as he arrives to vote in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ VIKTOR DRACHEV
A man fills his ballot during voting in Bogdanovshchyna village, some 45 km from Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls Sunday in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY GROMOV
Belarus presidential candidate Vladimir Neklyayev displays his ballot signed "New election without Lukashenko" in a polling station in Minsk, on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls today in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ MAKSIM MALINOUSKI
Nikolay 'Kolya' Lukashenko (R) casts his father's ballot, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko (L) during voting in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19 in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO / BELTA / POOL
A Belarus orthodox nun casts her vote for Presidential election in Grodno, some 250 km from Minsk, on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19 in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
An elderly woman fills her ballot at her home during presidential election voting in the village of Grinkovshchyna, some 45 km from Minsk, on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19 in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY GROMOV
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko (C) arrives with his son Nikolay 'Kolya' Lukashenko (R) to vote in Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19, 2010, in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO / BELTA / POOL
Belarus' presidential candidate Vladimir Neklyayev displays his ballot on which he wrote "New election without Lukashenko" during voting in one of Minsk's polling stations on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls Sunday in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ MAKSIM MALINOUSKI
A member of election commission passes a man holding firewood during voting in Vasilkovo village, some 45 km from Minsk.on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls Sunday in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY GROMOV
Soldiers leave polling boothes prior to cast their vote for presidential election in one of the military units close to Minsk on December 19, 2010. Belarus went to the polls on December 19 in presidential elections expected to hand a fourth term to its unpredictable strongman Alexander Lukashenko, extending his grip on power for another five years. Lukashenko, who has been at the helm of this poor ex-Soviet state for the past 16 years, is running against an array of nine opposition candidates. AFP PHOTO/ VIKTOR DRACHEV

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