The fate of candidates

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The fate of ten candidates, participating in presidential election, develop differently. "Freedom" monitors their actions and promptly report any changes in their situation.

Dmitry Uss

Detained on election night. Released from the KGB after a penitential letter condemning the actions of the other candidates in the Square. Who is on the loose.

Gregory Kastusyou

Detained in the Square. After the interview, BT criticized the other candidates on the Square is released from the KGB. Later stated that his position distorted through the installation. Who is on the loose. Involved in the campaign of solidarity with the prisoners.

Alexander Lukashenko

CEC announced by the president. With the re-election congratulated the leaders of India, Kazakhstan, Venezuela, Georgia, Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.

Alexei Mikhalevich

Detained home the night after the election. Located in the KGB. Faces up to 15 years in prison, accused of organizing mass riots.

Nyaklyayeu

Severely beaten on the way to the Plaza. Stolen from the hospital. Located in the KGB. Faces up to 15 years in prison, accused of organizing riots.

Yaroslav Romanchuk

Disappeared on the night of the election. Morning made a statement condemning the three candidates for the events in the Square. Met with Lukashenko. Who is on the loose.

Vitaly Rymashevski

Beaten in the Square and detained in hospital. Located in the KGB. Faces up to 15 years in prison, accused of organizing mass riots.

Andrei Sannikov

Beaten and arrested in the Square. He and his wife Irina Khalip found in the KGB. Faces up to 15 years in prison, accused of organizing mass riots.

Statkevich

Beaten and arrested in the Square. Located in the KGB. Faces up to 15 years in prison, accused of organizing mass riots. On a hunger strike.

Victor Tereshchenko

After the election, CEC acted to condemn the actions of other candidates in the Square. Was questioned by the KGB. Who is on the loose.

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