A prisoner convicted of caricature of Lukashenka suddenly died in a colony of Belarus

The court threw him behind bars despite the fact that the man had a disability.

Political prisoner Klimovich dies in Belarusian colony / t.me/viasna96

Political prisoner Nikolai Klimovich died in the colony of Vitebsk, convicted for caricature of dictator Alexander Lukashenko.

According to the human rights center “Viasna”, 61-year-old Klimovich died in the Vitebsk colony No. 3.

Klimovich was sentenced to a year in prison for reacting to a cartoon of Alexander Lukashenko published in Odnoklassniki. The court sent him to the colony despite the fact that the man has a disability of group II due to heart disease.

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In addition, a Ukrainian recently received three years in prison for participating in protests in Belarus. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine considers this sentence unfair and illegal.

People in Belarus are afraid not only of people, but also of songs. Recently, the court of Belarus recognized the well-known Ukrainian song “Our Father – Bandera, Ukraine – Mother” as “extremist”.

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