The advertising marketing campaign supervisor for the principle opposition candidate in Belarus has been detained on the eve of the presidential election, her office talked about.
A spokeswoman for candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya talked about Maria Moroz was anticipated to be held until Monday.
The federal authorities has not commented on the case, and it was not immediately clear on what grounds she was being held.
Alexander Lukashenko is trying to find a sixth time interval in office in Sunday’s vote. Large opposition rallies have been held.
The run-up to the election has seen the rise of 37-year-old Ms Tikhanovskaya and an important opposition protests for a decade.
A spokeswoman for Ms Tikhanovskaya beforehand talked about Ms Moroz was briefly detained on Thursday after visiting the Lithuanian embassy in Minsk. The within ministry denied she had been arrested, telling AFP that the advertising marketing campaign supervisor had been “invited for a dialog”.
Ms Moroz later talked about she was warned by the police to not organise unrest.
Hold-at-home mum Ms Tikhanovskaya is a political novice who solely stepped in as a candidate for president when her husband was arrested and blocked from registering.
A second extreme rival to Mr Lukashenko has moreover wound up in jail and a third has fled the nation.
President Lukashenko, referred to by some as “Europe’s ultimate dictator”, was first elected in 1994.