Detained in protests in Minsk have started to release
Detained in protests in Minsk started to release from the detention center in Akrestsin street, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
Earlier the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has charged to understand "all the arrests that have occurred in the last days." As the speaker of the Council of the Republic Natalia Kochanova, by the evening of Thursday released more than a thousand people "under the obligations of non-participation in unsanctioned events".
People out in small groups. Among them are women, many of them crying. To insulator arriving drivers that offer came to take them home.
Near the detention center has gathered not less than two hundred people in the crowd handing out water, offer to charge phones. A large group of waiting came to help released get home, machines for distribution so much that they do not fit on the sidelines and line up in two rows.When from behind the fence heard the muffled sound of blows or loud cries, the crowd stops listening.
Some people taking an ambulance. Among the greeters say that some of the detainees so badly beaten that they cannot walk. Leaving stopped to meet with applause: released say that the applause behind the walls of the detention center responded with beatings.
One of the released emergency doctor Anastasia reported that was detained on the stock of physicians. According to the woman, during the arrest she was sent the gun. She also said that in the detention center often heard the cries of battered. "The blood froze in the veins from what we heard," added Anastasia.
Another liberated young man said that he had been sentenced to days of administrative arrest. He has a split lip and abrasions on the fingers. "In the detention center did not beat, only to beat the riot police", - he said.
In cities of Belarus after the presidential elections on 9 August began mass protests.According to the CEC, Lukashenko won with a score of 80,08 percent of the vote.
Citizens say they do not agree with the preparation and results of the voting.
Unauthorized actions harshly suppressed by the security forces, using tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades, and rubber bullets. According to the interior Ministry, at least one person was killed.