"In the near future we will work at the headquarters and await official results," TASS quoted her as saying.
Tikhanovskaya's companion Maria Kolesnikova said that the headquarters did not trust the exit polls data.
“We consider exit polls to be opaque and cannot rely on data from closed areas. We will wait for the official results and will certainly send a complaint to defend our rights, ”she said.
Earlier, the head of the CEC of Belarus Lidia Yermoshina said that the current president of the republic, Alexander Lukashenko, after receiving data from all closed polling stations, is gaining more than 80% of the votes.
According to her, Lukashenko is gaining 81.35%, Tikhanovskaya - 8%.