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U.N. Rights Boss Bachelet Calls on Belarus to Release Protesters

U.N. Rights Boss Bachelet Calls

THE top U.N. basic liberties official Michelle Bachelet approached Belarus on Friday to deliver all individuals unlawfully captured in post-political decision dissents and examine nearly 2,000 grumblings of torment or abuse in care.

In excess of 900 individuals including resistance up-and-comers, attorneys, writers and activists are accepted to deal with criminal indictments regarding the mass fights, Bachelet told the Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Mass fights ejected against President Alexander Lukashenko’s 26-year rule following a contested political race in August.