According to the results of the export poll, the current president Lukashenko won the presidential election of Belarus with 79.7% of the votes, and will be elected president of Belarus again. Lukashenko’s biggest rival, the opposition wife Svetlana tihanovskaya, won less than 7% of the vote. In the face of overwhelming results, dihanovskaya said that she did not believe that her support rating was so low, and the opposition people who did not accept the election results also took to the streets of Minsk on the evening of 9, and again clashed with the police. In the face of the tense situation, Belarus has closed its border access with Russia and sent internal guards to the streets to maintain order. Some western media believe that there is suspicion of election fraud, but Belarus countered by saying that “foreign forces interfere”. On the same day, the editor of the observer network contacted two Minsk citizens and a Belarusian military officer stationed abroad. The descriptions of the three interviewees mentioned that the contradiction between the West and Belarus and the negative emotion of the new coronation epidemic situation were ignited. Next is the interview. < / P > < p > observer network (hereinafter referred to as “observation”): Recently, Belarus has been on the international news page because of street riots. What do you think are the reasons? < / P > < p > W: it should be said that there are both internal and external reasons. Interference by external forces is normal for a country like Belarus, which has a strong neighbor and borders on Ukraine. This time I think the west, as always, wants to promote their “color revolution.”. On the other hand, I think President Lukashenko wants to show that we are an independent country, so he also resists the influence of “neighbors”. The internal reasons are more concentrated in the economic level. The impact of the epidemic on the economy is relatively large. Western countries have also restricted the visa for Belarusians to work outside. Some people are dissatisfied with the current situation. I think this is the objective truth. < / P > < p > View: the export poll shows that President Lukashenko is ahead by a large margin, and the main opposition candidates get single digit votes and do not believe in the results. What do you think? Did you vote yourself? Is it convenient to disclose who you chose? < / P > < p > W: whether there are election violations or not, I think it will be subject to the final announcement of the election committee. I am in a foreign country, so I can’t make a judgment on what I didn’t see with my own eyes. As for the voting rate, I think it is still similar to that in previous elections. After all, not every country is the same as that of the United States. For example, Ukraine has a very different rate of votes. However, the western media will not criticize the election fraud of President Zelensky. This is to look at Belarus with colored glasses. I voted in the embassy, and I chose president Lukashenko. < / P > < p > W: we are a small country, so we need strong leaders who can lead the country’s development. Lukashenko is a man of great prestige. I can give you an example to prove his prestige in our country. When Lukashenko entered the conference room, everyone would stand up and wait for him to sit down. When he spoke at the meeting, no one dared to whisper. As long as he touched the table or waved his fist, everyone would stand up until he motioned for everyone to sit down. Perhaps in the west, this is a complete “dictator”, but Belarus needs a strong man to lead the country’s development. If it was not Lukashenko, I don’t think Belarus would have signed an economic and trade cooperation agreement with China. After all, this has stimulated the pro Western forces at home, and at the same time, Russia also has a lot of complaints. < / P > < p > W: I think this is a temporary political gesture. Our “brother” relationship with Russia is still stable, especially in the context of the civil war in Ukraine. The probability of Russia’s direct intervention is still very low. After all, we are a sovereign state, and Russia’s “invasion” is unlikely. It will backfire and stimulate the pro Western forces in Belarus. < / P > < p > k: there is a lack of attractive jobs for young people in China, and the income of going to Western Europe or China is higher. A friend of mine used to be a hairdresser in China, and now he is working as a fashion model in your country. You know, young people in Slavic areas are looking for a cooler job these days. < / P > < p > k: I think most of them are because the epidemic has affected their income, or those who have already lost their jobs. At least my friends have lost their jobs because of the epidemic. < / P > < p > k: we have always been like this. As long as my life gets better and better, I don’t care much about elections and I don’t believe that elections can bring me better income. < / P > < p > k: I chose Lukashenko. I don’t like that the leaders are women. I don’t think women leaders will bring good luck to the country, such as Tymoshenko in Ukraine before. < / P > < p > k: I don’t think it’s possible. Western Europeans will never treat us as our own people. They are deeply rooted in discrimination against Slavs. But I still like the west, which is more fashionable and has better income. < / P > < p > b: I don’t really believe in the benefits. Maybe some people want to work in the west, and they will find jobs more easily. But as long as Western Europe is still making cars, they won’t buy our products. I don’t think it will benefit my family and factory. < / P > < p > b: I think China can. Ha ha ha, this is not flattery, China is our big customer, and I think China is one of the few countries that will buy our products. < / P > < p > b: it’s hard to say that I live in the family area of the factory. We don’t need to make tickets here. Lukashenko supports our cooperation with China. With a pro Western leader, our factory will have the same fate as those factories in Ukraine. So Lukashenko in our region should have a high turnout. < / P > < p > b: it’s easy to become lazy if you work the same job for a long time. Therefore, our country is not a country with high efficiency. For example, there has been no activity in the renovation of residential facilities for six years. If we want to change a new person, I hope he can make the government more efficient. Obviously, this is not something that can be achieved by another person, so I don’t know how to make it better.