7:56, Natalia Radzina — Opinion
Hopes of Ukrainian authorities on Lukashenka endanger region’s security.
14:26, Dzmitry Bandarenka — Opinion
Will Lukashenka follow Yanukovych’s path.
16:51, Natallia Radzina — Opinion
Don’t betray us.
15:21, Iryna Khalip — Opinion
In the end Iosif Shagal hardly makes the grade as the brother of Karatyhin sisters.
14:39, Aliaksandar Atroshchankau — Opinion
Aliaksandar Lukashenka’s security agencies shot peaceful demonstrators back in 2006, after the elections.
14:39, Mikalai Khalezin — Opinion
The situation is unique: the European Union refuses to help people who fight for the idea of European integration.
17:39, Zmitser Dashkevich — Opinion
I know how cowardly jailors are. They are pure evil in uniform.
16:02, Raman Yakauleuski — Opinion
Perhaps soon we will witness a new wave of generals leaving the regime.
13:32, Anatol Liabedzka — Opinion
Today instead of the ”big family” we are left with big nothing.
13:14, Zmicier Dashkievich — Opinion
The year of 2013 that has successfully left us the other day has left some discussions unfinished.
14:41, Aliaksandar Frantskievich — Opinion
Thousands of agents in disguise from various security services are released from prisons and jails on a daily basis, with no control whatsoever.
12:41, Natallia Radzina — Opinion
Photos from the Maidan in Kyiv were a déjà-vu.
12:35, Andrei Sannikov — Opinion
Liberating struggle is ongoing in our countries today.
13:18, Aliaksandar Atroshchankau — Opinion
Belarusian convicts are about to lose the last thing they have left.
15:21, Dzmitry Bandarenka — Opinion
Who is fighting Mikalai Autukhovich, and why are they doing that?
15:27, Anatol Liabedzka — Opinion
Demand for the “Brussels list” remains while the regime exists.
10:51, Andrzej Poczobut — Opinion
It’s too early for the hockey but it’s already fun.
14:36, Stanislau Shushkievich — Opinion
The first head of independent Belarus about Poland’s first post-communist president.
12:36, Iryna Khalip — Opinion
Andrzej Paczobut is finally free.
14:06, Andrzej Paczobut — Opinion
There is too much strangeness in the case of the arrested catholic priest.
11:16, Maksim Viniarski — Opinion
We are told to try to compromise with bandits instead of focusing on fighting the gang.
7:56, Olga Zakharova, Jury Dzhibladze — Opinion
Lukashenka’s power is under a threat, and the European Union should not save Europe’s last dictator.
12:17, Andrei Kureichyk — Opinion
Belarusian propaganda plans a response to Viva Belarus movie.
13:24, Natalia Radzina — Opinion
It is three years today since charter97.org web-site’s founder Aleh Biabienin died.
14:39, Andrzej Poczobut — Opinion
Unprecedented – this is the word often used yesterday to describe the arrest of Uralkali CEO Vladislav Baumgertner.
15:47, Valiantsin Stefanovich — Opinion
The newspaper Sovetskaya Belorussia published an article about “letters to CIA” from Andrei Haidukou this week and gave another reason to laugh.
12:10, Tatsiana Novikava — Opinion
People living within 300 km of the Belarusian nuclear plant must be relocated in case of an accident.
15:28, Anatol Liabedzka — Opinion
All signs of a financial fever are present. More and more people are coming to currency exchange offices.
11:35, Aliaksandr Tamkovich — Opinion
There is a suggestion to use laughter at the authorities as the most efficient means of opposing the current authorities.
10:22, Natallia Radzina — Opinion
It may seem that the winner of Miss Minsk competition and the arrest of Sasha Varlamov have nothing in common.
16:44, Anatol Liabedzka — Opinion
July 3 is the independence day according to Lukashenka's calendar.
22:51, Yugen Agurcou — Opinion
Makey was removed from the ”black list” so that he can... release the political prisoners that he had sent to jail.
8:46, Tatsiana Novikava — Opinion
Justas Paletskis’ report is dangerous for those, who keep living and working in Belarus.
17:03, Valiantsin Stefanovich — Opinion
It was said on April 30 that another death sentence had been pronounced in Belarus.
8:11, Andrei Suzdaltsev — Opinion
The Belarusian dictator has been ill seriously for a long time, a Russian politologist says.