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The candidate in presidents of Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovski canceled the election rally that was to be held in Minsk today, August 6, said the press Secretary of its headquarters Anna krasulina. Mrs. Tikhanovski received a notice that the Park of Friendship of peoples, where they were going to rally, it will be a holiday train troops. The previous meeting in Minsk gathered, according to human rights groups, 63 thousand (18 thousand according to the interior Ministry), and the last action in Brest and gathered around 20 thousand people.”We are not allowed to hold meetings either on the same site of Minsk, as well as in Slutsk and Soligorsk. It is absolutely illegal actions of the authorities, we appealed to the Prosecutor General, the CEC and the Minsk city Executive Committee, but we are not going to provoke people,” said Ms. krasulina Tut.by.She said that Svetlana Tikhanovski, together with its ally Veronika Tsepkalo and Maria Kolesnikova plans at 19:00 as a citizen to attend the festival “open doors of institutions of additional education” which the city authorities will organize in Kiev Park. Formerly the headquarters of Svetlana Tikhanovski announced the arrest of its leader Mary frost. She was released after “discussions”. Mrs. Claus warned about the responsibility for organizing “unsanctioned events”. Election of the President of Belarus will be held on 9 August. They involve five people, including incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko. Svetlana Tikhanovski announced his candidacy instead of her husband — blogger Sergei Tikhanovski, who was unable to apply because of the arrest. With its headquarters joined the headquarters of the candidates who were denied registration:- former head of Belgazprombank Victor Babariko and former Director of the high-tech Park Valery Tsepkalo. The first is in custody on charges of corruption, the second fled to Russia, fearing arrest.Svetlana Tikhanovski, Maria Kolesnikova and Veronika Tsepkalo on elections — in an interview with “Kommersant”.