Tens of thousands of individuals once again took to the roads of the Belarusian capital Minsk on Sunday as continuing anti-government protests revealed no indication of fading away.
The marches have turned into a weekly occurrence because of the contested electoral success of President Alexander Lukashenko on 9 August.
Similar rallies are held throughout the nation however, the protests in Minsk would be the biggest, bringing up to 200,000 individuals according to organizers.
Riot police and army vehicles were sooner deployed from the funds in preparation for its demonstration and information agencies report a range of individuals were arrested at Sunday’s rally.
The demonstrators are demanding that Lukashenko, who has been in power for at least 25 decades, measure down, but he is refusing and has jeopardized that security forces may open fire on protesters.
The major opposition candidate at the August election, Svetlana Tikhanovskaïa, claimed success in the survey.
Alongside other resistance figures Maria Kolesnikova and Veronika Tsepkalo, she has been nominated for its 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.