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The “Young Front” appealed to the German Bundestag member Philipp Mißfelder– Zmitser Dashkevich’s “political Godfather”:
Dear Mr. Mißfelder,
This May you adopted the leader of the youth democratic organization “Young Front” Zmitser Dashkevich.
We, Zmitser’s allies and friends, thank you for your attention and support of Belarusian political prisoners, Zmitser Dashkevich in particular. Unfortunately, Zmitser got into an unprecedented wave of repressions and harassment from the side of the administration of the colony where he is imprisoned.
Tatsiana Sieviarynets, the leader of the Belarusian Christian Democracy’s Vitsebsk regional branch, a mother of the political prisoner Paval Sieviarynets, is asking the head of the colony in Horki to make Zmitser Dashkevich’s life in prison easier:
Portraits of the “Young Front” leader Zmitser Dashkevich, imprisoned for political reasons, appeared in Zhlobin on July 20.
The “Young Front” activists from Zhodzina urged to release political prisoner Zmitser Dashkevich, on his birthday.
The “Young Front” is calling all the activists and people who care for help! Administration of the colony No. 9 in Horki is mutilating a man for nor grounds or reasons. Zmitser Dashkevich refused to sign any papers which would confirm his guilt. Maybe, this is the result – they come up with a revenge.
“It is easy to commit crimes when you think no one will ever know about it. It is easy to stand against one man with a whole system behind your back and it’s hard to resist when you are alone. But it’s possible, and this is what Zmitser is trying to do” – Nasta Palazhanka comments.
The “Young Front” activists from Homel disseminated informational leaflets and painted graffiti “Freedom for Dashkevich and Lobau!” in their city.
The “Young Front” Vice-Chairperson Nasta Palazhanka received a reply from the Novapolatsk colony No. 10, where the political prisoner is serving punishment.
Imprisoned leader of the “Young Front” Zmitser Dashkevich will meet his 30th birthday on July 20 in the prison cell.
Imprisoned “Young Front” activists look at Minskers from the black-and-white posters, pasted by their allies all around the city.