Belarusian protest organiser Maria Kolesnikova has been charged with incitement to undermine nationwide security, officers say.
Three girls have been main a mass opposition motion, however she is the one one not to enter exile.
Ms Kolesnikova is claimed to have ripped up her passport when the authorities tried to expel her from the nation.
For the final 5 Sundays, no less than 100,000 individuals have protested over what was broadly seen as a rigged election.
President Alexander Lukashenko claimed an awesome victory within the 9 August ballot, however a brutal crackdown on preliminary protests in opposition to the consequence solely fuelled fashionable anger.
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Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who stood in opposition to Mr Lukashenko because the opposition candidate, stated she received the election. She was pressured to flee to Lithuania shortly afterwards.
The third of the three girls, Veronika Tsepkalo, has additionally left the nation.
“It was acknowledged that if I didn’t voluntarily go away the Republic of Belarus, I might be taken out anyway, alive or in bits. There have been additionally threats to imprison me for as much as 25 years,” she stated in an announcement filed by her lawyer.
On Wednesday the Investigative Committee stated in an announcement that Ms Kolesnikova had been charged on Monday with calling for “actions aimed toward undermining Belarusian nationwide security” utilizing the media and web.
Meanwhile Ms Tikhanovskaya informed the BBC that the opposition was prepared to speak to Russia about their makes an attempt to unseat Mr Lukashenko.
She stated she regretted President Putin’s resolution to again Mr Lukashenko, whom she stated was a dictator.