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Protests Rock Belarus and Georgia Following Contested Elections

HeadlineNov 10, 2020

In Georgia, protests continued Monday, one day after police fired water cannons on crowds in the capital Tbilisi as they called for a rerun of recent parliamentary elections they and the country’s main opposition parties say were rigged. The election saw the ruling Georgian Dream party, which was founded by Georgia’s wealthiest man, declaring victory.

Meanwhile, protests continue in Belarus, where hundreds were again arrested over the weekend as people call for President Alexander Lukashenko to resign following August elections they say were rigged. At least nine journalists were believed to be among those arrested Sunday. On Friday, the EU imposed sanctions on Lukashenko for his violent crackdown on protests.

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