How do Belarusians help people who were fired because of the protests?
During the day, volunteers distribute food to participants in protests, and in the evenings they deliver food to families whose members were fired from their jobs due to participation in strikes and were left without wages.
The Administration of the President refuses to contact with the Coordination Council
The first meeting of the Coordination Council took place, during which the first attempt to contact the Administration of the President of the Republic of Belarus was made. Contact has not been established yet.
What to do if the Internet is switched off in Belarus again?
From the 9th till the 11th of August, the Internet was disconnected throughout Belarus, neither search engines nor social networks worked. How to prepare in case the country turns off the Internet again.
After a week of protests, the largest state-owned factories announced the strike. For workers who were dismissed for participating in the protests, the Belarusians raised over $ 700,000. Donations were made by about 14 thousand people.
The European Parliament do not recognize the results of the elections in Belarus
The European Parliament has announced that it does not recognize the results of the presidential elections in the Republic of Belarus. Alexander Lukashenko was declared persona non grata on the territory of the European Union.
An online portal has been launched in Belarus to help victims of the protests over the past week. The protests Belarus have been held since August 9. A large number of people were arrested and detained.