Belarusian police conflict with nonconformists for the second day after the presidential political decision


Belarusian police conflicted with nonconformists in Minsk for the second night straight on Monday after President Alexander Lukashenko won an avalanche triumph in a challenging political race, a Reuters witness said.



Police were seen’ hauling dissidents out of a group and beating them with truncheons. In excess of 30 individuals were confined, the observer said.

Independently the top of the Belarusian state security administration’ said it had forestalled an endeavor on the life of Lukashenko's fundamental rival, Svetlana Tikhanouskaya, the ONT TV slot revealed.

France on Monday encouraged "the best the restriction" in Belarus after the security powers took action against dissidents questioning outcomes that proclaimed Lukashenko successful.

"We watch with concern the viciousness against Belarusian residents who exhibited after the end of surveying stations and require the best restriction," the French unfamiliar service said in an announcement.

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