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Wild photos: Largest demonstration in the Belarusian history

The biggest demonstration in the Belarusian history happens Sunday.

Tens of thousands of people who all have in common is that they are opposed by the country's president, Alexander Lukashenko, marching for freedom in the capital Minsk .

They go on the streets to show their dissatisfaction against the presidential elections seven days ago, when Alexander Lukashenko, called Europe's last dictator, was a superior victory with 80 percent of the vote. A victory that was accused to be cheating.

It writes among other things, the BBC and The Guardian.

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It is probably the largest menneskeforsamling in the country's history. Photo: Yauhen Yerchak/Ritzau Scanpix

It is unclear how large the human ocean, exactly, is. Some belarusian media such as charter 97 writes that up to half a million people are gathered in Minsk, while NNbay writes that hundreds of thousands are gathered.

Common to a number of belarusian media is to the right as The Guardian writes that it is the largest gathering in the Belarusian history.

It is the leader of the opposition, Svetlana Tikhanovskaja, which has called hviderusserne to Sunday to go on the street during a 'March for freedom'.

She has even sought refuge in neighbouring Lithuania after Sunday's elections.

Alexander Lukashenko sat down on the præsidenttronen 26 years ago and has not left it since. But since the presidential election, his regime faced the biggest crisis since he came to power.

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Belarusians marching for freedom. Photo: Vasily Fedosenko/Ritzau Scanpix

the Demonstration after the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has promised to Alexander Lukashenko, over the phone, that he is ready to provide help with a collective militærpagt after the past week's demonstrations, if there should be need it.

There has also been a assembly in Minsk, which is the pro-Lukashenko. He went on the pulpit and said to the people, that he did not intend to abandon the country.

- I have never betrayed you, and I will never do.

- If you destroy Lukashenko, it will be the beginning of the end for you, he said to the cheering assembly, which waved with the belarusian flag.

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the Demonstration started at 14 local time. Photo: Sergei Gapon/Ritzau Scanpix

at Least two protesters have lost their lives during clashes with the police since the protests broke out last Sunday.

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