Vitebsk opposition went to campaign for a boycott of the elections with a banner: "No legitimate Constitution does not present a legitimate election result."
In the center of Vitebsk opposition stood for about an hour. Later, Special Forces soldiers arrived and ordered the roll poster. Boris Khamaida refused, then the police accused him of insubordination and taken to the police department of Vitebsk Railway.
November 21 Boris Khamaida and member of the Conservative Christian Party BPF Jan Dzyarzhautsau also went to the center of Vitebsk, calling for a boycott of the elections. Then they were arrested and sentenced Khamayda 5 days of arrest (the arrest was later reduced to one day), and Derzhavtsevu — a fine of 350 thousand.