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7 ott 2022
7 ott 2022

Ales Bialiatski, l'attivista anti Lukashenko e Putin

Dall'impegno contro l'Unione Sovietica alle proteste per il rispetto diritti umani e la democrazia nel suo Paese

7 ott 2022
epa10228762 (FILE) - Belarusian human rights activist Ales Bialiatski (also transliterated as Alex Belyatsky), leader of Viasna, a human rights group based in Minsk, waves as he waits in a trial cage inside a courtroom prior to a court session in Minsk, Belarus, 24 November 2011 (reissued 07 October 2022). The Nobel Peace Prize 2022 has been awarded to human rights advocate�Ales Bialiatski�from Belarus, the Russian human rights organization�Memorial�and the Ukrainian human rights organization�Center for Civil Liberties. The Norwegian Nobel Committee said in a statement that by awarding the Nobel Peace Prize for 2022 to Bialiatski, Memorial and the Center for Civil Liberties, it wishes to 'honour three outstanding champions of human rights, democracy and peaceful co-existence in the neighbour countries Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.' Bialiatski was imprisoned from 2011 to 2014 and following large-scale demonstrations against the Belarus regime in 2020, he was again arrested and still detained without trial, the Norwegian Nobel Committee added.  EPA/TATYANA ZENKOVICH *** Local Caption *** 50100352
Ales Bialiatski (Ansa)

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