A year ago, protests began in Belarus after rigging the presidential elections in the country. Alexander Lukashenko declared himself the winner with a score of 84%, and the security forces began to brutally disperse and detain all protesters supporting the opposition leader Svetlana Tikhonovskaya.
Torture and abuse of the detainees sparked massive protests. Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. As soon as the peaceful actions, during which the security forces detained and beat people, began to decline, the country plunged into repression. Now in Belarus all opposition media are closed, public organizations have been dispersed. However, the leaders of the protest are confident that this is not the end.
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