323 political prisoners in Belarus

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As of April 7, there are 323 political prisoners in Belarus. Right now, as you read this text, their number could grow. What does this number mean?
  • 323 people are the population of a nine-story five-entrance building in a new micro-district of Minsk
  • 323 people this is one or two battalions of the armed forces of the Republic of Belarus (depending on the type of troops)
  • 323 people are 10 MAZ buses with fully occupied seats - just the kind that the mayor of Lviv refused to buy
  • 323 people - this is 1% of people who have gone through torture wagons, isolation wards, and courts since August
  • 323 people are just 46 people more than the total number of judges of the Supreme Court, the City Court of Minsk, and regional courts
  • 323 people are thousands of relatives who are waiting for their loved ones at home
  • 323 people are people who were not afraid to speak out against violence, lies, and lawlessness. And now convicted or still awaiting the most "fair trial" in the world
  • 323 people were thrown into prisons by the efforts of Lukashenko. But the entire Belarusian people are now behind bars.
  • 323 people are not just a number. Our common task is to make it equal to zero.

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