I'm no Belarus, but I can tell that in Ukraine it was the protest about the particular leader and his policies (agreement with EU and others), while in Belarus there's a protest against the political system in general.
The thing is that the Belarussian political system is based on one particular autocrat, and the protestors not only want him out but want the changes in political system in general (including the change to more balanced constitution). Plus, this protest is caused by huge and very particular crimes such as imprisoning politicians, rigging elections, and beating peaceful protestors. It wasn't (exactly) the case for Ukraine.
i will revive your thread
Maidan: a coup d'etat a few months before the presidential election
Belarus: protest against rigged presidential election
Revolutions in post-Soviet countries is a myth. In Ukraine, situation has not changed after 7 years. One alcoholic president left, another clown came. Zero impact.
the current protests didnt need funding from the CIA, they happened in their own 👌😎
Dimitrii sums it up pretty well this is a fight against whole system which Lukashenka has built to benefit him the most
I know good documentary - Winter on Fire , about Ukrainian Maidan
What about Belarus, people there protesting against unfair elections, and against cruel police
How will Belarus come here when their Internet has been taken down?