The month of March in Eastern Europe in a nutshell…

Eastern Europe monitoring team : Séverine Ly, Vladimir Krsmanovic, Olivier HussonClaire Aréthuse, Olga ChekhurskaValérian Cerino, Sarah Wilpotte, Fiona BessioudElisabeth Nagy

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In Belarus during the month of April, political convictions of ordinary citizens came one after another. Two examples illustrate this very well: Andrey Vladimirovich Dmitriev, the former presidential candidate was sentenced to 18 months in prison for undermining public order; or even Dmitry Valerievich Yurtaev, poet and teacher, convicted of incitation to hatred.

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