In Minsk after the may day marches detained opposition leader Pavel Sevyarynets

В Минске после первомайского шествия задержали лидера оппозиции Павла Северинца

Opposition leader Pavel Sevyarynets, detained after unsanctioned rally

Opposition politician Pavel Sevyarynets disappeared after an unauthorized protest in Minsk on the Day of international solidarity of workers on may 1, reports BBC.

“Pavel Sevyarynets, a member of the organizing Committee of the Belarusian Christian democratic party, may 1, together with his associates led the procession in the city centre. After the completion of the action, he did not return home, his whereabouts for several hours did not know the family and associates. The politician’s wife Olga Sevyarynets said later that he found her husband in prison”, – stated in the message.

Social networks and a number of Belarusian non-state media also reported the arrest of opposition activist Maksim Viniarski, who lit during the procession fire.

Protests in some regions of Belarus ended with the arrests of opposition activists. According to human rights activists, detained more than 25 people. In Brest, the regional center near the Western border, activists who took to the streets of the Soviet, was detained for a demonstration of a blank sheet of A4.

В Минске после первомайского шествия задержали лидера оппозиции Павла Северинца

Opposition leader Pavel Sevyarynets, detained after unsanctioned rally

We will remind, today in Minsk held an unauthorized rally, participants expressed their demands.

The procession, which was attended by more than 150 people, has passed from law enforcement bodies blocked Oktyabrskaya square in Central Minsk to Independence Square in Central Minsk Avenue and ended with a short rally.

The movement of the demonstrators on Independence Avenue accompanied colon paddy wagons, but the public obstacles of the action of the opposition was not.

At an unsanctioned rally slogans associated with the may 1 holiday. The participants demanded economic freedoms, and chanted “Lukashenka go away” and “long live Belarus!” (“Long live Belarus”).

The demonstrators also demanded the release of activists detained after the freedom Day (25 March) and charged with attempting to overthrow the current government by establishing illegal armed groups.

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