In Brest, printing leaflets on the Plaza

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The Brest region of the opposition say that solidarity with the victims of the persecution of the authorities after a protest on Independence Square in Minsk on December 19 strong.

Yuri Akkour

Yuri Akkour, participant Square in Minsk, served five days in jail in Brest for "bad language". Yuri believes that it is extremely a lot of people now express their support and solidarity. But he believes what you need arganizavanasts for such a motion, as, for example, in Brest was not material support to those who are serving a day in jail:

"Perhaps this is due to the fact that there was no structure, organization that would deal with it. But at the same time a lot of people were praying for us while we were sitting in the prison custody. So when I was imprisoned, I was not scared. We felt the unity, strong spiritual support. "

The deputy chairman of the regional organization of the United Civil Party Vladimir Wujek says that the party sought to encourage everyone who was behind bars. Fellow party members met outside the prison walls and expense were taken home:

"Before the New Year we have sent postcards to everyone who was at that time behind bars. Among other things, with the funds raised, we brought our members to Brest. Third — we are constantly conducting an information campaign, that is, printed and distributed leaflets, writing articles in the press. "

Stanislav Kholodovich, UCP member of Ivatsevichy, took part in a rally at the Plaza, was arrested and convicted, served 15 days in jail in Zhodino. Stanislav extremely worried about the job after serving his sentence. But the leadership of his organization has met:

"My head akaazavsya on top. I do not know whether it is possible to speak of solidarity, but he said that if I was a bum, he would have been fired. And while all fine. "

Andrew Demchuk, Brest resident, said that it has now become evident as people are starting to come together. During the last presidential campaign was not like this:

"This is evident by how many people come to the courts and meet after the conviction. Know each other in person, exchanging phone numbers. This is evident by the number of people who come to support those who are in trouble. "

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