Most of the protesters dispersed from the Central districts of Minsk. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
It is noted that the overall situation returns to a quiet channel. Currently, large groups of protesters in the center of the Belarusian capital are seen. The vehicle is partially restored.
Earlier it became known about the first killed a man during protests in Minsk. It was also reported that the city streets were wounded protesters, some of them in the blood awaiting the arrival of the ambulance.
Mass protests in Minsk and other Belarusian cities began after the completion of voting at the election of the President of the Republic, the final day, which took place on 9 August. According to the interim data of the CEC, the acting head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko scores more than 81 percent of the vote, opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovski just 8 per cent. Citizens do not believe in the victory of Lukashenko, who is running for a sixth term and has been ruled since 1994.
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