Not only the dictator will be judged, but the regime, which means specific names.
Four months after the event, an opposition activist has been interrogated concerning arson at the House of Justice, where the trial of Sannikov was taking place.
The politician Viktar Ivashkevich has called the action plan of the Belarusian Government – to ensure a balanced economic development under the conditions of change in the official Belarusian ruble exchange rate – “a shock, but not a therapy”.
On 5 April Minsk City Court considered the appeals of Alexander Otroshchenkov, Dmitrii Novik and Alexander Molchanov, convicted on charges of rioting, and left the sentence unchanged.
The archivist has been charged with “organizing mass disorder”. Buy his book in order to support the family of Dmitry financially.
19 December 2010 is a turning point in the modern history of Belarus. For the first time we can say with complete confidence that Lukashenko lost the election: the majority of the population voted against the dictator, having supported candidates from the opposition. There should have been a second round of elections.
On May 26, the Political Affairs Committee of the Council of Europe considered a report on the situation in Belarus by Andrea Rigoni. The conclusions of the report contradict no only the common sense but also spirit of the PACE Charter.
An action of solidarity with political prisoner Mikalai Autukhovich, who went on hunger strike, continues in Minsk on May 4.
One of the leaders of the Belarusian opposition Andrei Sannikov thinks invitation of the Belarusian dictator for the EU summit amid mass political repressions in the country was “a grave mistake”.
The activist of the civil campaign “European Belarus” told how riot militiamen were beating participants of a solidarity action in Minsk.