Mikalai Salianik has come to the court wearing a prison robe.
The UCP activist Mikalai Salianik is standing trial in Hrodna today. The Hrodna activist is tried for the streamer ''Down with Tsarist Regime!'', with which he and Aliaksandr Laurentsyeu came to the square on the day of the October revolution.
Mikalai Salianik has come to the Hrodna court wearing a prison robe, with a chain on his neck. He has been holding the Constitution of Belarus in his hands.
This is not the first time the activist holds political performances.
We remind, on July 3 Mikalai Salianik and another UCP member from Hrodna Aliaksandr Laurentsyeu were violently detained by the people in plain clothes for an attempt to hold a non-sanctioned picket.
On that day, Salianik and Laurentsyeu put on stripey prison robes, held a shield ''Belarus is a country for living'', took a picture of this and published it in the social networks.