The Minsk headquarters of jailed Belarusian opposition politician Viktor Babariko was raided by masked men on Wednesday (September 9).
The raid follows the detention of opposition leaders Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim Znak. Belarus' investigative committee said on Wednesday that they were being held under suspicion of destabilising the country and harming its national
Kolesnikova and the team of Babariko said last month that they were forming a new political party called Together.
Babariko, a banker who was detained last month and excluded from the Aug. 9 election ballot, said in a video recorded before his arrest that one of the party's goals would be constitutional reform.