Malady Front campaigning for election boycott

Belarus' opposition youth group Malady Front has launched a campaign to persuade voters to boycott the forthcoming parliamentary election scheduled for September 28.

"It will be a large-scale awareness campaign to persuade people not to go to the polls because their vote has already been stolen, but to come to Kastus Kalinouski [Kastrychnitskaya] Square where we will defend together our right to decide own fate and the fate of the Fatherland," Zmitser Dashkevich, leader of the group, told ERB.


Earlier, the opposition Conservative Christian Party (CCP) also declared its plan to boycott the election.