Political activist Dashkevich gets his letters back

Zmitser Dashkevich has received his letters he ince sent to political prisoners. Photo: Zmitser Dashkevich

Former leader of the “Young Front” Dzmitry Dashkevich recently wrote on Facebook that he had not managed to send letters to political prisoners. At the local post office he was given a bag of his letters he once sent to the prisoners from the Valadarka jail and two bags of those sent to the Zhodzina inmates.

“What crime was enclosed there? The crime for the occupation administration is terrible: [greeting] cards on Christmas and the New Testament. “Sometimes the law can wait” logically returned to its original form – “the law can wait”. No one even sends answers to my complaints to the prosecutor’s office with references to the violated norms of their own “law”,” Dzmitry Dashkevich wrote indignantly.

Dashkevich also stated that when he looks at these bags he feels despair and does not know what to do with them. Perhaps, the activist will keep them for the future museum of “26 years of occupation”.

Dashkevich also mentioned recent Assenbly. He was outraged by the resence of representatives of the Catholic Church in the presidium.

“At a time when hundreds of political prisoners are suffering in prisons, thousands of relatives are in pain without innocently arrested fathers and mothers, sons and daughters – church leaders are sitting honorably at the Congress of the occupation administration. Stas Karpau, an atheist (who, in fact, is more of a believer than many heads of churches), correctly wrote why this happens to them: the fact is that they are more afraid of [Alyaksandr] Lukashenka than of God,” says Dashkevich.



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