Report on Belarus Presidential vote results to be given by election watchdog on Monday

Minsk: Belarus’ Central Election Commission will unveil latest data on the presidential election’s results on Monday, according to the state-run Belarus 24 channel.
The country held the election on Sunday with five candidates on the ballot, including incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko.
The first preliminary data from polling sites showed that Lukashenko is set to win a six term by a landslide. The opposition has claimed that falsifications took place during the vote.
Once polling sites closed, protests emerged across Belarus.The police responded with tear gas, water cannons and stun grenades.
Several people were injured, and some were detained. The Interior Ministry has yet to announce the exact number of those detained.
In the early hours of Monday, most of protesters dispersed, and calm returned to the streets of the Belarusian capital.