Dzmitry Kuchuk stayed in Belarus during the repressions / facebook.com / facebook.com
Kuchuk said that he will participate in the elections scheduled for 2024.
Disappearance of Lukashenka doesn't automatically mean that prisons will open.
Belarusians are losing patience and approve of more drastic methods of fighting the regime/collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio
Neutrals no longer join those who support the authorities, and protest-minded people want Lukashenka to be removed by force
"In these circumstances, the appropriate decision would be an expansion of opportunities for Belarusians" / Sample photo pixabay.com
Earlier, Latvian Saeima called on the EU to suspend the issuance of visas not only to citizens of Russia but also to Belarusians.
Franak Viacorka / photo from social networks
Franak Viachorka comments on a financial document obtained by Euroradio.
Mikalai Statkevich at a street rally / Euroradio
Opposition politicians have been behind bars since May 31. At first it was an administrative penalty, now it is criminal offence.
A memory photo in court / spring96.org
Courts in Minsk and Homiel on 27 January sentenced several demonstrators to fines worth a total of $2700.
Leanid Kulakou (right) in court on 27 December 2019 / spring96.org
The participants of unauthorized street protests against integration with Russia are mostly punished with huge fines.
A rally in Independence Square in Minsk on 20 December 2019 / Euroradio
Over 1500 people walked through downtown Minsk to protest against integration with Russia.
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