More than 100k protesters congregated in capital of Belarus urging the nation’s president to step down

Dissidents stuffed the roads in the capital of Belarus on Sunday as protests forcing the country’s president to step down proceeded. In excess of 100,000 individuals congregated in Minsk before President Alexander Lukashenko’s home, the Independence Palace. It was the most recent day of demonstration following an Aug. 9 presidential election that numerous demonstrators said was fixed.

The tyrant Lukashenko, 66, won the election by a 80% vote giving him his 6th term in the seat of intensity. He has been president of Belarus since 1994. Demonstrations past the capital of Minsk likewise occurred on Sunday in other significant urban communities in Belarus.