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Occupation of power – Belarus opened a criminal case against them, citing policy of agitating against the opposition council

 Belarus opens criminal case into effort to 'seize power'

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BELARUS NEWS – Belarus has opened a criminal case against them, citing the policy of agitating against the opposition council. It is alleged that the movement was done due to a conspiracy, the public was incited, the leaders were falsely accused. Now the court will examine all these issues and give its verdict.

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A criminal investigation has been opened

In what Belarus calls the efforts by the opposition to “seize power” after President Alexander Lukashenko’s opposition created a coordination council to oversee a peaceful transition after the disputed elections, according to information received by World News Superfast. A criminal investigation has opened. Lukashenko, who has been in power for 26 years, claimed a sixth term in elections this month due to protests and brutal action by police.

Convened the first meeting of the coordination council and called for new elections

Allies of exiled opposition leader and political newcomer Svetlana Tikhanovsaya called the first meeting of the coordination council this week and called for new elections. Prosecutor General Alexander Konuk said in a video statement, “The purpose of the construction and activities of such a council is to seize power and reduce the national security of Belarus.”

Charge which provides for a maximum sentence of five years behind bars

According to information received by World News Superfast, he announced that investigators were investigating a “call for action aimed at undermining national security”, a charge that provides for a maximum sentence of five years behind bars. Lukashenko’s claim of victory promoted the largest demonstrations in Belarus as it gained independence with the fall of 1991 of the Soviet Union.

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