With Pardon of Roman Protasevich, Belarus Fuels a Tale of Betrayal

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Nexta, the opposition Telegram channel Mr. Protasevich edited, he said, often “gave mixed directions” to Minsk protesters and “made people run around the city without any purpose.” Nexta also published demonstrably false information that the Belarusian authorities exploited to try to discredit the opposition.

Exiled political groups often fall into infighting and mutual finger-pointing, a phenomenon that Mr. Lukashenko has encouraged by sending agents to infiltrate and disrupt the…

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