Protests have continued throughout the country since President Alexander Lukashenko re-elected for six years
Moscow: More than 150 people have been arrested during anti-government demonstrations in Belarus. Vesna Human Rights Center has reported this information.
According to the latest figures from the Vesna website, 151 people were arrested in various Belarusian cities on Sunday. Most of them were detained in the capital Minsk.
Earlier, the police department of the Minsk City Executive Committee said that police officers detained around 100 anti-government protesters in the capital.
Protests have been taking place across the country since President Alexander Lukashenko was re-elected for six years following the presidential election of Belarus on 9 August. Opposition parties have accused of widespread rigging in elections.