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News – belsat.eu, Sixty thousand Belarusians lost in statistics, on April 10, 2021 7:04 AM at 7:04 AM

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Photo: Tanya Kapitonava / Belsat

At the beginning of 2021, 9,349,645 people lived in Belarus. This is 60,614 fewer than at the beginning of 2020, according to the Belstat agency.

From 2019 to 2020, the country’s population decreased by 18,998 people. At the beginning of 2019, 9,429,257 people lived in Belarus, while at the beginning of 2020, there were 9,410,259, and at the beginning of 2021 — 9,349,645. It means that during the last year, the population decreased by three times more than the year before.

It is not known for certain what caused such a decrease in population, as Belstat has not yet published data on mortality. Perhaps, the population decline was influenced by the increase in mortality, the fall of the birth rate and the additional migration outflow. It is also necessary to take into account that it was last year that the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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, At the beginning of 2021, there were 9,349,645 people in Belarus — 60,614 fewer than at the beginning of 2020, according to the Belstat agency.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian woman on Europe 30 Under 30 Forbes list, on April 10, 2021 6:45 AM at 6:45 AM

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The U.S. financial and economic magazine Forbes has included Belarusian woman Maryia Zhyvitskaya in the rating of the most promising people in Europe under 30 years old. The 29-year-old features in the “Finance” category of the Forbes The 30 Under 30 Europe rating.

Maryia Zhyvitskaya. Photo: forbes.com

Maryia has worked at one of the world’s largest wealth management funds, Vanguard, which has been managing $7 trillion in assets since October 2020.

At first, Zhyvitskaya studied in Pennsylvania, then at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. She went on to earn a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She began her career at Goldman Sachs, one of the world’s largest investment banks, and worked at Prudential, an insurance and investment company.

In addition to her main job, she teaches at the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Paris and at the Saïd Business School in Oxford.

On LinkedIn, Maryia writes that she speaks Russian, English, and German.

In 2018, this rating included the Belarusian human rights activist from HRC “Vyasna” Anisiya Kazlyuk from Minsk in the “Law and Politics” category. Then she became the first Belarusian in this rating and the youngest among other nominees in this category.

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News – belsat.eu, Belarusian woman on Europe 30 Under 30 Forbes list, on April 10, 2021 6:45 AM at 6:45 AM

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The U.S. financial and economic magazine Forbes has included Belarusian woman Maryia Zhyvitskaya in the rating of the most promising people in Europe under 30 years old. The 29-year-old features in the “Finance” category of the Forbes The 30 Under 30 Europe rating.

Maryia Zhyvitskaya. Photo: forbes.com

Maryia has worked at one of the world’s largest wealth management funds, Vanguard, which has been managing $7 trillion in assets since October 2020.

At first, Zhyvitskaya studied in Pennsylvania, then at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. She went on to earn a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She began her career at Goldman Sachs, one of the world’s largest investment banks, and worked at Prudential, an insurance and investment company.

In addition to her main job, she teaches at the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Paris and at the Saïd Business School in Oxford.

On LinkedIn, Maryia writes that she speaks Russian, English, and German.

In 2018, this rating included the Belarusian human rights activist from HRC “Vyasna” Anisiya Kazlyuk from Minsk in the “Law and Politics” category. Then she became the first Belarusian in this rating and the youngest among other nominees in this category.

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, Belarusian woman makes it to the Forbes list

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian woman on Europe 30 Under 30 Forbes list, on April 10, 2021 6:45 AM at 6:45 AM

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The U.S. financial and economic magazine Forbes has included Belarusian woman Maryia Zhyvitskaya in the rating of the most promising people in Europe under 30 years old. The 29-year-old features in the “Finance” category of the Forbes The 30 Under 30 Europe rating.

Maryia Zhyvitskaya. Photo: forbes.com

Maryia has worked at one of the world’s largest wealth management funds, Vanguard, which has been managing $7 trillion in assets since October 2020.

At first, Zhyvitskaya studied in Pennsylvania, then at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands. She went on to earn a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She began her career at Goldman Sachs, one of the world’s largest investment banks, and worked at Prudential, an insurance and investment company.

In addition to her main job, she teaches at the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Paris and at the Saïd Business School in Oxford.

On LinkedIn, Maryia writes that she speaks Russian, English, and German.

In 2018, this rating included the Belarusian human rights activist from HRC “Vyasna” Anisiya Kazlyuk from Minsk in the “Law and Politics” category. Then she became the first Belarusian in this rating and the youngest among other nominees in this category.

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, Belarusian woman makes it to the Forbes list

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

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, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

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, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

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, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

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, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Belarus’ independent trade union movement becomes 2021 Arthur Svensson Prize awardee, on April 9, 2021 1:26 PM at 1:26 PM

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Workers taking part in solidarity rallies. Minsk, 14 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

The prize is an international award established by the Norwegian trade union Industri Energi, a member organisation of IndustriALL. The prize money is NOK 500,000; half the amount goes directly to the prize winner and an equal amount will be spent on projects related to the awardee.

“Belarus is considered one of the worst countries in the world for violating workers’ rights. Human rights organizations have for many years expressed deep concern about the human rights violations in the country; «disappearances», police violence and lack of freedom of expression and association. Despite the Lukashenka regime’s attempts to take control of the independent unions and complicate recruitment, organizing and regular trade union activity, they have never given up and have continued to work for its members,” the awarding committee says.

Salihorsk: Police take out striker who refused to leave mine in protest

According to them, the independent trade union movement became central early in the fight against the falsification of the election result and the fight for democracy when the situation in the country significantly deteriorated in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.

“The strikes and demonstrations were met with terror, mass arrests and torture. A number of trade union representatives and activists have been fired from their jobs, and many have been imprisoned or forced to flee the country. Union offices have been raided and closed. Nevertheless, the unions in the BKDP have recruited new members, formed new local unions and continued the struggle. This will be crucial for the Lukashenka regime to fall in the end,” the official statement reads.

The awarding ceremony is to be held online on June, 16.

First day of nationwide strike in Belarus

belsat.eu, via svenssonstiftelsen.com

 

, The 2021 Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights has been awarded to the independent trade union movement in Belarus, represented by the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions (BKDP) and its affiliates. for ‘their fearless struggle for democracy and fundamental trade union rights in Europe’s last dictatorship’.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

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In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

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In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich writing book about post-election events in Belarus, on April 9, 2021 12:37 PM at 12:37 PM

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Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

Photo: Svetlana Alexievich/Facebook

In an interview with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the author said she was going to elaborate on the situation in which the Belarusian people had found themselves on the back of the 2020 presidential election.

When asked if she was writing a book about the recent development in her native country, Alexievich answered: “Yes, I am. According to [the great Russian writer Anton] Chekhov, the task of literature is to make a diagnosis.”

“Lots of people call me, send their memories,” she noted.

In her opinion, now the Belarusian people have to live ‘between two dangers – Lukashenka and Russia’.

“We do want to create an independent prosperous country. But how? I am a writer, not a politician, I am looking for the answer to this question in my book,” Alexievich stressed.

In her view, the Belarusians have been striving for ‘a kind of non-violent revolution: “We were eager to achieve it [victory] without bloodshed. It was an idealistic plan.”

Belarus’ Nobel laureate answers summons over opposition Coordination Council case

The famous writer is the only one of the seven members of the opposition Coordination Council board who has not been directly affected by the Belarusian authorities’ harsh measures against the initiative. The other representatives were jailed (Liliya Ulasava, Maryia Kalesnikava, Maksim Znak) or compelled to leave the country (Pavel Latushka, Volha Kavalkova, Syarhei Dyleuski, ).

On September 9, unknown people were trying to get into the apartment of Svetlana Alexievich; some weeks later, she departed from Belarus.

“The authorities have already tried to arrest me. And sooner or later they would have done it. It is a startling situation when one knows they might get arrested. None of us could believe it until recently,” the writer said.

In February, Svetlana Alexievich said that she would never have left Belarus if not for the state of her health. “And I would like to return to a new country,” she added.

Svetlana Alexievich planning to return to Belarus

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, Svetlana Alexievich, a prominent Belarusian writer and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015, is currently working on another book. Since late September, she has been staying abroad.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

belsat.eu

, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, Media expert Yulia Slutskaya writes from jail about new Belarusian normality, on April 9, 2021 6:16 AM at 6:16 AM

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The founder of the press club Yulia Slutskaia, who is now in custody in pre-trial prison # 1 in Minsk, passes information through her daughter Alyaksandra about life in the prison cell.

Yulia Slutskaya, the founder of the Press Club, is charged under Part 2 of Art. 243 “Evasion of taxes and fees on a large scale”. Since December 22, she has been behind bars.

In letters to her family, Yulia writes about life in jail. The notes on her Facebook page are published by her daughter Alyaksandra.

Yulia Slutskaya. Photo: Press Club

“I have already told you about the change in the composition of the cell and the fact that I seem to have a friend now. So it did not last long. Already on the fourth day the movement started. And Volha was transferred to another cell. In general you should not get attached to anybody here.

Nastya was transferred with us for a short time. She is with us for the time of the appeal and will soon leave for Zhodzina. She’s over 40, she’s one of us. Already convicted for “hooliganism”, she got a year and a month. Nastya has five kids. Three of her own, and two in foster care. She worked in an orphanage. The children who were in foster care were naturally taken away. And they were returned to the orphanage. That is the kind of people we have here. People that another normal state would glorify”.

“A WOMAN HAD A STROKE IN PRISON. HER CELLMATES CARRY HER IN THEIR ARMS TO THE TOILET AND TRY TO FEED HER”.

Nastya was transferred to us from the “herring” – the medical unit. She told a terrible story. There was a woman in the cell with them who appears to have had a stroke while in jail. She is over 50, her name is Alla Ivanauna. We think it happened in prison because Nastya heard the staff say that she was OK when she was taken to prison. Now she cannot walk or speak and her one arm barely works. She lies there all the time. The cellmates take care of her. They took her to the bathroom on their arms and tried to feed her. They inject her with something, but she is not taken care of. Maybe someone will recognize her as a relative?”

All this aimlessness and abnormality is gradually becoming “normal”. It’s getting harder and harder to keep the faith”.

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, Yulia Slutskaya reports on life in a prison cell.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.