Prague will host an exhibition devoted to the Belarusian elections last year

Atmosphere of last year’s presidential campaign and the mass protests adherents changes will give the exhibition pictures journalists of the weekly "Nasha Niva"Julia and Andrew Darashkevich Liankevich also Czech photographer Jakub Dospivy — an employee of the Czech News Agency (CTK). Each photograph in the exhibition will be accompanied by personal notes one participant protests October Square — Belarusian journalist and Dar» Kastsenki, creator posted on the Web "March diaries."
The exhibition was organized in Prague Karalinume students Charles Institute with the assistance of the Rector Vaclav Gumpla Institute and former President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Havel.
"We wish again later year after rigged elections, direct attention difficulties in Belarus. Fact, that the media attention to the events in Belarus rapidly faded, and meanwhile pressure Belarusian opposition does not stop, "- said one of the organizers of the exhibition, a student of the Institute of Philology Faculty of Charles Rostislav Valvoda.
The exhibition, which runs until April 30, anticipates conducting related activities. Every Wednesday at the Philological Faculty of Charles Institute will showcase documentary films about Belarus, which is scheduled after discussion with the guests of the exhibition. In late April, will host a round table with representatives of the political role of the non-governmental community and the Czech Republic: it will open a discussion of the Czech way of assistance to Belarus.
At the closure of the exhibition in Prague exhibition will move to Brno, and then in several other Czech cities.

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