Mass protests continue in Belarus on Friday, August 14, against the official results of the August 9 presidential election, which claim a landslide victory of incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko. Factory workers have joined opposition demonstrations in the streets and also walked off the job at assembly lines. After four nights of brutal crackdowns on protesters, the police suddenly left demonstrations mostly alone on Thursday. What happens today will unfold in the updates below.
Belarus live-blog: Day six after the contested presidential election. Minsk tractor plant workers march on the House of Government and the mayor of Grodno addresses protesters
August 14, 2020 | Meduza | Shares: 37