In fact, when journalists are sent to jail, this always, I am convinced, shows the fear of the authorities. It reveals the authorities' desire to silence journalists because they are afraid of the truth, the authorities are afraid that society will know the truth. This is a feature of all repressive regimes, an example of which is the regime of Mr Lukashenko.
What is happening in Belarus, the way they treat the protesters who behave exceptionally correctly, speaks of the repressive, I would even dare say, the punitive nature of the regime.
If anyone should be tried, it is the leadership of this country, which bears direct responsibility for the unheard-of brutality with which the so-called forces of order treat those who loudly protest against a regime that is inhuman in its essence.