Demonstrators in Minsk reached Lukashenka’s residence

Thousands of participants in the “March of Unity”, which is taking place in the afternoon of September 6 in the center of Minsk, approached the Palace of Independence, the residence of Alexander Lukashenko.

According to Tut.by, the demonstrators were blocked by a cordon of riot police, in front of which there is a chain of barbed wire. Special equipment is visible behind the security forces.

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<img src="https://ukrainetodayorg.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/image-3.gif?w=1&quot; alt="On September 6, Minsk hosted the "March of Unity" – a new protest action of citizens who disagreed with the official results of the presidential elections. The demonstrators walked from Independence Avenue to the stele "Minsk – Hero City", and then to the residence of Alexander Lukashenko. According to observers, at least 100,000 people took part in the march. Human rights activists <a href="https://spring96.org/be/news/99397&quot; target="_blank"> report

The protesters are behaving peacefully, but chanting “Go away.” Where is Lukashenka himself is unknown.

The “March of Unity” began after 14:00 on Independence Square (before it began, the police cordoned off the approaches to the square). Then the demonstrators moved along Lenin Street to the stele “Minsk – Hero City”, and from there – along Pobediteley Avenue to the Lukashenka’s residence.

As informs “Interfax” referring to the witnesses, came to the protest of more than 100 thousand people.

According  to the online platform Golos, over 125,000 people are taking part in protest actions in Belarus. Rallies are also held in Grodno, Brest and Gomel.

The human rights center “Viasna” reports that at least 76 people were detained at the “March of Unity” in Minsk.

Residents of Belarus, who disagree with the official results of the presidential elections, go to Sunday protests for the fourth week in a row.

(C)MEDUZA 2020

One comment

  • It looks very much like the people will not give up so easily. That’s good. They need to get rid of this dick-tator, who is ready to sell-out the country to the crime syndicate to the east. Belarus is a better country. It should not be allowed to be turned into yet another cesspool.
    Maybe during the next demo, if they should get near the residence, they could get a hold of the pisser.

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