Ex-candidate for president in Belarus released from prison
Ex-candidate for president of Belarus Andery Sannikov is released from a penal colony after serving part of a five-year term for organizing mass demonstrations in Minsk on 19 December 2010 after the Belarus presidential elections.
Ex-candidate for President of Belarus Andery Sannikov released from a penal colony on April 14th 2012. He was convicted for 5 year penal colony term for organising mass disorders in Minsk on December 19th 2010 after Presidental Elections in Belarus.
Andrey Sannikov spent about 1,5 years in prison and was pardoned by the President of Belarus Alexandr Lukashenko who won last elections with 80% of votes. Other candidates were disagreed with probable official results of the elections and protested in Minsk right after the closing of the voting.