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Students who took part in rallies began to be expelled in Belarus

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Now the students do not have any expulsion documents on hand.


In Belarus, 18 students were expelled from the University of Culture and Arts due to the fact that they took part in a rally that took place the day before. ERB reports this, referring to the words of the students.

The media reports that students have already been warned about the decision of the administration regarding expulsion. Also, they have already managed to block admissions to universities. True, they still have no documents confirming the deduction.

The day before, dictator Alexander Lukashenko demanded that students be expelled from universities for attending anti-government rallies. He said that such people should be sent either to the army or to the street.

Protests in Belarus have been going on for over two months. During this time, thousands of people were detained and beaten by security officials, at least five protesters were killed. Dozens disappeared without a trace.

On September 23, at the “inauguration” ceremony, the Belarusian dictator took the oath of the “president” of Belarus, to whom he declared himself with the help of the Central Election Commission controlled by him. Ukraine, the United States, and the European Union refused to recognize Lukashenko as the legitimate president of Belarus and imposed sanctions against officials of his regime.

Only the leaders of the Russian Federation, China, Moldova, and Armenia congratulated Alexander Lukashenko on his victory.

According to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, Kiev “paused” contacts with Minsk.

The Verkhovna Rada recognized the elections in Belarus as rigged and supported the imposition of sanctions on the officials of the Lukashenka regime.

© The Eastern Herald
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