Belarus News Round-Up Day 202: The Secret to Freedom is Courage

Belarus News Round-Up Day 202: The Secret to Freedom is Courage

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For Al’shanka’s (Hrodna) partisans morning starts differently! “Spring is coming”, – participants stated


Viktar Lukashenka has been elected as a new president of the National Olympic Committee of Belarus. Previously, this post was held by his father Alyaksandr Lukashenka


“On 30 July 2020, 3 women gave hope to Belarusians at Bangalor Square, today 3 grandmas came to the same Square to remind the youth that we cannot give up. We need to go forward and believe in our victory”, – participants stated



Yevgeny Dmitriev was sentenced to 2 years in jail for throwing metal pipe into a water cannon. The investigation categorized this case as a threat of an attack on the police, although the officers themselves have no complaints against the accused and do not even remember him


Drawings by 18-year-old Brest resident Tsikhan Kliukach, who was sentenced to a year and a half in prison for participating in protests. Photo from Facebook of Inna Kalatskaya, the man’s mom



Belarus finds itself between Syria and North Korea in terms of the number of sanctions according to the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) who analyzed the application of foreign sanctions in the world


The budget for 2021 is formed with a deficit of about 4 billion rubles [$1.5 billion], Finance Minister Yury Selivyurstak told reporters today


Freedom for Belarusians – Zhodzina pensioners


Living conditions in dictatorship: A family with kids that is living in social housing received a bill of 350 rubles [$134] for utilities. The sanitary conditions of the bathroom are appalling. Mother stated: “For what 350 rubles? For the golden toilet?”


Ratamka, Minsk, Brest and Zabinka demand freedom to political prisoners and remind that Spring is coming! Winter is yours, Spring is ours



Human Rights defenders: at the moment of leaving the train at the Minsk-Severny station, 8 pensioners were arrested. They were reading Belarusian books on the train. It was a demonstration in support of the Belarusian language. The police officers were in civilian clothes

One of them is 75 year-old woman, she was fined with 725 rubles [$278]. Another one is waiting for trial on Monday. The situation with others is still unknown

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