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Belarus authorities issued 1,325 decisions to arrest protesters since early November

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As of early November, a total of 16,000 were detained in the country since the beginning of the election campaign, according to Belarusian human rights activists. Belarus’ human rights center Vesna, unregistered by the authorities, said on Friday that a total of 1,325 administrative decisions to arrest protesters had been made since early November and 520 people had been fined for participation in protest demonstrations. On November 1-18, a total of 1,325 administrative arrest orders were issued in Belarus and 520 people were fined to a total of $114,000. Protest demonstrators were punished with a total of 16,559 days of…

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