Tens of thousands of individuals marched by way of the centre of the Belarusian capital Minsk on Sunday to demand that authorities free political prisoners, prompting police to show water cannon on them.
The march is the most recent in a sequence of rallies in Belarus since an August 9 election, in which President Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory. His opponents say it was rigged at hand him a sixth time period in energy.
More than 1,00,000 individuals rallied in Minsk, the opposition information channel Nexta stated on the messaging app Telegram. Official estimates are normally decrease.
The crowd, waving white flags with a purple stripe, which have turn out to be the image of the Opposition, marched to the beat of drums in the direction of detention centres, footage posted on social media confirmed. “Let them out,” the gang chanted exterior the Okrestina detention centre, the place some protesters and Mr. Lukashenko’s opponents are believed to be held.
Mr. Lukashenko is struggling to comprise practically two months of road protests that pose the largest problem to his 26-year rule. More than 13,000 individuals have been arrested and main opposition figures have been jailed or exiled.