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Detained in Minsk coordinator, “Open Russia” released

Detained in Minsk coordinator, "Open Russia" released

Liberated by the coordinator of the movement “Open Russia” Artem Vazhenkov. This was reported by a Minsk-based lawyer Anton Gashinskaya, collaborating with the “Protection Cards”.

Vezhenkova detained in Minsk during the protests. In the Internet appeared the video, the footage was seen as a man in handcuffs lying on the ground and on camera say they arrived to Belarus for tourist purposes. Among the people on this record were the focal points of the “Open Russia” Artem Vasenkov and Igor Rogov. The evening of August 11 Rogova was released, he arrived in Moscow, and Vasenkov continued to stay in Minsk.

In Belarus Vasenkov and Horns are in the criminal case on the riots as suspects. They face penalties of 5 to 8 years of imprisonment.

Recall that the protests started in Belarus after the elections on 9 August. The sixth time the victory was won, according to the CEC, Alexander Lukashenko. The country erupted into protests disagree with the results of the voting, they last for seven days. According to official information one person was killed and hundreds were injured. Detained about 7 thousand people.

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