It ends up probably with yet another victory for the president, dictator and tyrant Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power for 26 years.
But much is different when hviderusserne today go to the polls.
Three women have challenged the man with the power in Belarus, which is being called Europe's last dictatorship.
At the head is Svetlana Tikhanovskaya.
She has been a part of the election against its will, after Lukashenko threw her husband in prison. After which the stay-at-home housewife stood in his place.
Svetlana Tikhanouskaya (in the middle), Maria Kolesnikova (th.) and Veronika Tsepkalo has stood shoulder-to-shoulder in recent weeks. Photo: Reuters/RitzauScanpix
last night did the tyrant is yet another attempt to crush the opposition. Kampagnelederen for Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, Marya Maroz, has been thrown behind bars, writes the international agencies.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya itself is gone under the earth.
Together with Maria Kolesnikova and Veronika Tsepkalo has Svetlana Tikhanovskaya raised Belarus thin and spoken to large gatherings over the last weeks.
the Women's requirements are, first and foremost, genuinely democratic elections.
It is their plan if they unexpectedly were to win the election, to print a new election in six months.
The other two women are like Svetlana Tikhanovskaya stepped up on the stage as a result of Lukashenko's bøllemetoder.
Up to Sunday's presidential election in Belarus was a kampagnechef for a oppositionskandidat Saturday arrested
Svetlana Tikhanouskaya with his two colleagues. Together they attempt the impossible, to overthrow Europe's last dictator. Photo: Reuters/RitzauScanpix
Veronika Tsepkalo is married with oppositionspolitikeren Valery Tsepkalo, who fled in July to Russia.
Maria Kolesnikova worked for Viktor Babariko, who has been forbidden to stand in the elections.
Lukashenko accuses Svetlana Tikhanovskaya to be standing in league with foreign forces, and call her "a poor little girl'.
at the same time, langer he, after Russia, which he believes are trying to destabilise the country
Belarus and Russia are facing each other closely. But the relationship has deteriorated after the arrest of several russians in the After, as Lukashenko accuses of fomenting violent riots.
Observers believe that Russia will actually try to overthrow Lukashenko, but just push him to a more close cooperation, writes the BBC.
living the 9.5 million inhabitants in Belarus. The country is five times larger than Denmark.
At the last presidential elections voted more than 80 percent of voters, according to the official figure of Lukashenko.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaja says that she is waiting for that Lukashenko will cheat at the polls. Photo: Sergei Gapon/Ritzau Scanpix
Alexander Lukashenko participating in the parade earlier in the summer. Photo: Reuters/RitzauScanpix
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