European Endowment for Democracy Hosts Discussion with Belarusian Opposition Presidential Candidate

The European Endowment for Democracy cordially invites you to
One Week after the Belarusian Presidential Elections:
Opposition Candidate tells her story

Monday, 19 October, 16h30-18h30, followed by a small reception
at the European Endowment for Democracy (EED)
Avenue des Gaulois 29, 1040 Brussels
Languages: English - Russian (interpretation provided)

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with remarks from
Petras AUŠTREVIČIUS, Member of the European Parliament

Moderated by
Andrew RETTMAN, EUobserver

Belarus held its presidential elections on 11 October 2015. Tatsiana Karatkevich was the only democratic candidate opposing President Lukashenka.
She came second in the elections, which were noted for their “substantial shortcomings” by the OSCE. The first ever female presidential candidate in Belarus, she is the new face of the Belarusian opposition.

Karatkevich will share the experience of her arduous electoral campaign, as well as political plans.
Under restrictive conditions and hindered by competing political groups,
she visited up to five towns every day.

Together with MEP Auŝtrevičius and journalist Rettman,
Karatkevich will discuss the country’s current political situation.

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Please register by Friday, 16 October, using the following link: