Demonstrations have continued since August, when Lukashenko declared himself the winner of the presidential election.
In Belarus the opposition set out once again on saturday to demonstrate its sovereignty over the country Alexander Lukashenko against. Demonstrations across the country were reported by a human rights organization Charter 97 on its website and an opposition-minded news site Tut.by.
As before, opposition supporters dispersed into several smaller groups and demonstrations, carrying the colors of the country’s old red-and-white flag. In many places, protesters shouted slogans from a Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalnyin in support of.
Demonstrations have continued since August, when Lukashenko declared himself the winner of the presidential election. The election has been widely condemned as fraudulent.
Lukashenko suffered another defeat earlier this week as Belarus lost its host of the World Hockey Championships.