22 November 2017, Wednesday, 10:22

Freedom To Dzmitry Palienka!

DZMITRY PALIENKA
PHOTO: SPRING96.ORG

The stronger our solidarity is, the sooner Western politicians will stop the "dialogue" with the dictator.

Public activist Dzianis Kazakevich wrote about that on Facebook.

"Belarusian political prisoners serve their sentences in the colonies, and they need our support.

I propose to remind Western politicians via Twitter about Dzmitry Palienka, whom the international amnesty has recognized as a prisoner of conscience. The more loudly we declare about political prisoners in Belarus, the harder it will be for "Western partners" to keep on the "fragile dialogue" with the dictator going. Therefore, our solidarity is the soonest way to achieve their liberation.

Here are the samples of tweets.

@JosephDaul FYI: There are political prisoners in #Belarus

Amnesty international (@amnesty), "Dzmitry Paliyenka has been imprisoned solely for the peaceful exercise of his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly"

amnesty.org

@JHahnEU FYI: There are political prisoners in #Belarus

Amnesty international (@amnesty), "Dzmitry Paliyenka has been imprisoned solely for the peaceful exercise of his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly"

amnesty.org

@RepChrisSmith FYI: There are political prisoners in #Belarus

Amnesty international (@amnesty), "Dzmitry Paliyenka has been imprisoned solely for the peaceful exercise of his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly"

amnesty.org

@BZdrojewski There are political prisoners in #Belarus. Any reaction?

Amnesty international (@amnesty), "Dzmitry Paliyenka has been imprisoned solely for the peaceful exercise of his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly"

amnesty.org

PS. Johannes Khan (@JHahnEU) – a European Commissioner, who met with the Prime Minister of Belarus on October 27; Joseph J. Doll (@JosephDaul) is the chairman of the European People's Party; Bogdan Zdrojewski (@BZdrojewski) – the head of the delegation of the European Parliament on relations with Belarus; US Senator Chris Smith (@RepChrisSmith) is the author of the act of democracy in Belarus."