The Constitutional Court explained the impossibility of re-elections in Belarus

The Constitution of Belarus does not give the right to revise the results of the presidential elections. This was stated by the chairman of the Constitutional Court (CC) of the republic, Pyotr Miklashevich.
Miklashevich added that the court recommends all citizens to comply with the constitutional legality regime.
Large-scale protests have not been abated in Belarus for the second week already. They began after summing up the preliminary results of voting in the presidential elections, which ended on August 9. According to official data, the permanent leader of the republic, Alexander Lukashenko, won them with more than 80% support. However, the protesters believe that the voting results were grossly falsified and the candidate from the united opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskaya won.
Earlier reported that Tikhanovskaya told about her plans in case she becomes interim president. She called her main task the preparation of the team for the new elections in Belarus.