[text / observer Wangju Feng] the storm caused by the presidential election in Belarus continues to ferment. Over the weekend, about 200000 people gathered in Minsk, the capital, to call on Lukashenko, who has just been re elected, to resign. On the 17th, Lukashenko faced the protestors in a factory in Minsk and said, “we have held the election. As long as you don’t kill me, there will be no other election. ” According to the Russian (RT) report on the 17th, Lukashenko came to a truck factory called mzkt in Minsk that day. The crowd gathered at the podium, shouting “go away!” It seems that Lukashenko’s arrival was not welcome, but Lukashenko did not give in in his speech. < / P > < p > “thank you. I’ll answer that now, and you can keep yelling Lukashenko said firmly to the crowd. Earlier, the country’s opposition claimed that there was cheating in the election, incited protestors to the streets, and called for a “fair” election. Mr Lukashenko told the crowd that he was the “bad president” who kept the jobs of the factories and the employees, so “you don’t end up on the streets.” Because the crowd was so loud, Lukashenko was interrupted several times and had to end the visit ahead of time. < / P > < p > “thank you. I’m done. You can continue to shout” go away. ” Lukashenko walked down the platform without looking back, but the crowd was still very excited and kept shouting “go away.”. Some people’s dissatisfaction with the election results has led to the shutdown of many core factories in Belarus. The mzkt factory visited by Lukashenko this time produces wheeled transport vehicles, part of which are provided for the military. As of the 17th, the country’s truck giant belaz and maz, a car factory in Minsk, all went on strike to protest. This month, Lukashenko won 80% of the vote and was elected president of Belarus for the sixth time. Election related riots continued to fester, and the weekend triggered the largest protest rally in the country’s history. However, on Sunday, about 70000 people gathered in Independence Square for a rally in support of the government. In a speech, Lukashenko rejected the proposal to re-election, saying that “if it is re elected, the whole country will be in chaos.” After Lukashenko won the general election, the opposition led by Svetlana tikanovskaya was dissatisfied with the result of the election, believed that there was cheating in the election, and incited the people to hold demonstrations. < / P > < p > some western countries jumped out to “express their support” to the Belarusian protestors. French President Marcon declared that the European Union should stand with the protestors. Recently, the United States has frequently criticized and criticized the “government” protestors. On the 10th, White House spokesman mcnani called on the Belarusian government not to use force against the protests caused by the presidential election. Lukashenko pointed out that the situation in the country was disturbed by “foreign forces”. Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to provide military assistance to Belarus when necessary.