University students walked from class on the first day of term to protest against the contested re-election of Belarus’ authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko.
Belarusian police verified a range of individuals were arrested as they flew towards the Education Ministry building in the capital Minsk.
Social networking videos confirmed by Euronews show pupils breaking through police cordons as police tried to force the audience to modify route.
Some held banners demanding freedom for political prisoners, as passing automobiles sounded their horns in support.
The presentations signify a fourth week of mass protests that have rocked the country since the contested election effect on August 9.
The Viasna human rights center reported that 62 individuals were arrested, including eight journalists. Euronews has seen pictures of wounded protestors who say that they had been attacked by police.
“This program is based on violence and lies, and it’ll never protect us,” says Nadia, a pupil who took part in the protests.
“Every day people are being beaten and arrested in prison, but we continue, since we need this terror to finish.”
Michaś, a pupil in the Belarusian State Medical University, didn’t attack from courses, but afterwards joined an estimated 200 pupils on the college’s measures after his research.
“It must change,” he advised Euronews on Tuesday.
“With this demonstration, we would like to demonstrate that. . .all types of folks here in our nation are against Lukashenko’s government, many breeds of individuals are engaging”.
Following an internationally convicted violent crackdown in the immediate wake of this election, Belarus’ governments have transferred to risks of legal actions and detention in an effort to contain the unrest.
Organisers of demonstrations in industrial plants are arrested, and legal proceedings brought against members of their so-called’Opposition Council’.
Pupils participating in this walkouts told Euronews that they had been ready to risk arrest to get their message across.
“we would like to reside in this nation, but we must construct our dream on our own,” another pupil, Anastasia, informed Euronews.
“I am not frightened of being detained but I’m reluctant to dwell within this violence and dictatorship I see.”
“My family and friends don’t see a potential in this nation with the present authorities,” additional Veronica, who took part in demonstrations in Minsk on Tuesday.
“We’ll go out everyday until we’re heard and we’ve taken our rights back”.