Catastrophic situation in Lukashenkov Belarus – protesters tortured and killed

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Hundreds of thousands of people in Belarus have taken to the streets against the ruler Lukashenko since the summer. Many paid dearly for this, some with their lives. Those responsible in the security forces have nothing to fear. Human rights activists have complained of systematic torture of arrested demonstrators during the protests in Belarus that have been going on for almost six months. The victims were forced to undress and suffered beatings, according to a new report by the organization Amnesty International. „In addition, they often received no food, no drinking water and no medical care for days.“ At least four people have died.

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„The judicial system in Belarus has failed across the board when it comes to prosecuting those responsible,“ said Belarus expert Jovanka Worner. Therefore, the international community must now ensure justice, said the activist. The many human rights violations must be investigated. According to the Amnesty report, there has not yet been a single investigation against security forces, despite over 900 complaints. The trigger for the unprecedented mass protests against ruler Alexander Lukashenko was the presidential election in early August. After 26 years in power, the 66-year-old was confirmed in office with 80.21 percent of the votes. The European Union no longer recognizes Lukashenko as a legitimate president. In addition to the EU, the US has also imposed sanctions on Belarus. The opposition sees civil rights activist Svetlana Tichanowskaya as the true winner.

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Masked security forces had repeatedly cracked down on peaceful demonstrators, sometimes brutally. More than 30,000 people have been arrested and hundreds injured in the past few months. Several people died. According to Amnesty International, photos, video recordings and testimony of detainees, victims and eyewitnesses are evidence of serious human rights violations. The chairwoman of the Bundestag Human Rights Committee, Gyde Jensen, demanded: „Where the rule of law fails, human rights violators must not get away with impunity.“ The EU has a mandate to take on this responsibility just because of its geographical proximity, said the FDP politician. „Dealing with the serious human rights violations in Belarus will show whether the EU has finally grown up in terms of foreign policy.“

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