Students became one of the targets of the terror that the Lukashenko regime unleashed against the Belarusian people. Young people end up in prisons, imprisoned for a day, expelled from universities. Everything is being done to ruin life and deprive the future of the best young Belarusians.
"A Country to Live in" Foundation has created a petition urgently appealing to the UN Special Rapporteurs on Torture. Following the rigged presidential elections in August 2020 and the peaceful protests that followed, Belarusian society faced a huge wave of violence from its repressive machine.
The rise in prices over the past year was felt by all Belarusians. The upward trend continues this year, so the government, recalling the experience of the nineties and zero, decided to freeze the prices of some products. Let's see how it is financially sensible to buy food for citizens of different countries, including Belarusians.
Tatiana Sivachenko continues the "Self-government" project. On March 15, Constitution Day, she talks about the changes that have taken place with the country's Basic Law during the reign of Lukashenko.
On March 15, in Belarus, we celebrate the 27th anniversary of adopting the Constitution - "The Basic Law of the Republic of Belarus, which has supreme legal force and enshrines the fundamental principles and norms of legal regulation of the most important social relations."