Mikalai Dziamidau and Yauhen Anishchanka, coordinators of the “For Fair Elections – 2012” campaign who observed the voting at the polling stations of the election constituencies #26 and 27, discovered a number of violations of the Electoral Code of the Republic of Belarus.
Ihar Sluchak, a former candidate for the Parliament at the Homel-Savetskaya constituency #34, filed an appeal against the results of the election at this constituency to the Supreme Court. He asks the court to abolish the ruling of the Central Election Commission of 5 October according to which he was denied in holding a repeated counting of votes. He also asks the court to appoint the repeated vote counting at the constituency.
Alina Skrebunova asked the CEC to declare invalid the results of the parliamentary election at the polling station #48. According to her, the data of the virtual calculation of the electors who came to vote didn't correspond to the number in the commission's protocol.
The human rights defenders Siarhei Housha, fined one million rubles for the alleged use of obscene language towards members of an election commission while observing the Parliamentary election, filed an appeal to the Brest Region Court.
On 4 October the election observer Viktar Meziak received an answer from the deputy head of the election commission of the Baranavichy-Easter constituency #6 Larysa Antonava in which it stated that no violations of the electoral legislation were found at the polling station #19.
Aliaksei Paulouski, a former election observer at polling station #53 of the Mahiliou-Central election constituency #85, submitted an appropriate letter to the National Academy of Sciences. The reason for the address was the data of the election at his polling station which made him doubt in the theory of probability.
The Mahiliou-Central constituency election commission #85 turned down an appeal of a former candidate for the Parliament, activist of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party (Hramada) Anastasiya Voitava, who argued that the observers' assessments of the turnout didn't match with that announced by the commission and therefore asked to recognize the election at the constituency as invalid.
On 2 October two police officers came to Mikalai Ulasevich apartment and drew up a report for alleged insubordination to police (Article 23.4 of the Code of Administrative Offenses) which had allegedly taken place on 21 September.
At the beginning of the previous week Viktar Malochka, a former candidate for the Parliament at Salihorsk city election constituency #68, filed a complaint to the Salihorsk District Prosecutor's Office and the Salihorsk City Election Commission, demanding to re-calculate the ballots at precinct #15 and compare this number with the list of electors. A similar complaint was also filed by his electioneering agent Aliaksandr Malochka.