Lukashenko calls U.S. elections disgrace and mockery of democracy
President of Belarus believes that it is necessary to demand the holding of re-elections in USA
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko commented on the US presidential elections and called them a disgrace, as well as a mockery of democracy. He stated this at a meeting with journalists during his visit to the Belarusian nuclear power plant, BelTA informs.
“The bulwark of democracy. Look what is happening with these elections. This is a disgrace, a mockery of this democracy,” Lukashenko said.
He added that the US elections are being held with serious violations, and the Western countries and the OSCE will be afraid to demand re-elections, as they demand from Belarus.
“Next week we will see this comedy at the finish line. This is already a comedy and a disgrace for all democracy. And it’s good that this happened, that we saw the essence of this democracy. This is chatter. Only the strong and those who can stand firmly are respected in the world. We will stand,” Lukashenko summed up.
The presidential elections were held in the USA on November 3. The candidates for the post of the 46th president of the country are Republican and incumbent head of state Donald Trump, as well as Democrat Joe Biden, who is currently the leader of the presidential race.