Law enforcement bodies of Belarus have detained opposition leader Vladimir Neklyayev, who is one of the organizers of unauthorized rally planned for today, March 25, in Minsk.
This was reported on Facebook by Ales Lipai, the director of information agency BelaPAN.
"Belarusian poet, presidential candidate at 2010 elections, Vladimir Neklyayev, was detained at 2 a.m. at night. Police removed him from the train in Brest as he was returning to motherland from Warsaw, where he participated in discussion about situation in Belarus," journalist wrote.
Lipai also wrote that Neklyayev said in an interview before departure that he may be arrested, but he is not going to hide.