Far more than one hundred,000 people today poured into the streets of Belarus’ cash Minsk, sparking a exhibit of force and mass detentions by riot law enforcement on Sunday in a single of the premier in a string of demonstrations aimed at keeping force on President Alexander Lukashenko.

In the thirty day period considering that a vote managed Mr. Lukashenko’s keep on the presidency—a ballot his critics say was neither cost-free nor fair—protesters have verified their remaining electricity, and Sunday’s demonstrations have been among the the most energetic still, but the protests haven’t pressured him…