Monday, March 20, 2006

It's hard to trust the numbers - some say 20,000, others - 3,000. That's now, after most people left and the remaining went to Victory Sq. The initial numbers range from 15,000 to 50,000.

In Kyiv, it was the same - millions, hundreds of thousands - but when you were in the street with all those people, it hardly mattered what someone's estimates were...

The drive's gone, people are disappointed, reports lipski.

But who knows, maybe it'll return: with 22.3% of the ballots counted, Lukashenko has 88.5% of the votes, Milinkevich - 3.8%. If we were talking about Ukraine, it'd sound absurd. Ridiculous. But Belarus isn't Ukraine. Still, these figures somewhat look idiotic... Enough reason for the drive to return...

They do have to do something about the sound, though.

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