The candidate in presidents of Belarus refused to take "bows Lukashenko"
The former candidate for President of Belarus Andrei Dmitriev said that the opposition "not interested in the bows" of President Alexander Lukashenko.
"Don't accept the apology (the interior Minister of Belarus Yuri) Karaev. We don't need the explanation (of the speaker of the upper chamber of Parliament Natalia) Kochanova. Not interested in bows and promises of Lukashenka. That time is gone," he wrote in his Telegram channel, commenting on the meeting of Lukashenko, which was held earlier in Minsk.
During the meeting, Lukashenko said that the congregation in support of him at the Independence square in Minsk deserved to he stood before them on his knees.
Earlier, the Minister of internal Affairs of Belarus Yury Karayev said that he takes responsibility for injuries to random people on the protests, "fell under the hand", and apologizes.
According to the CEC, Andrei Dzmitryeu supported the elections of 1.21% of the voters.
The Pro-government public organization "Belaya Rus" on Sunday, held a solidarity rally in support of the current Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The event, which brought together, according to the interior Ministry, about 65 thousand people, was held at the Independence square near the House of government in Minsk city centre, it was attended by the President himself, speaking to the assembled with a 30-minute speech about the situation in the country.
Mass protest actions of the opposition started in Belarus on 9 August, after the presidential election, which Lukashenka won - according to the CEC, he scored 80.1 percent of the vote. In the early days of the campaign were suppressed by security forces against protesters who disagree with the results, used tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades, and rubber bullets. Then the police stopped to disperse the rallies and enforcement. According to official data, during the first days, more than 6.7 thousand people were arrested. As reported, the interior Ministry, during the riots injured hundreds of people, among them more than 120 law enforcement officers, one protester was killed.