Belarus faces loss of life penalty for terrorist try

“Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has signed a law imposing the death penalty for attempted terrorism,” writes state information company Ria Novosti.

The legislation is anticipated to enter into power inside a couple of weeks.

Mr Lukashenko, who has been in energy in Belarus since 1994, has taken very harsh repressive measures in opposition to political opponents and protesters since widespread protests erupted after the dictator declared himself an election winner following a extremely questionable election consequence in August 2020.

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