Алесь (Аляксей) Анатольевіч Міхалевіч (нар. 15 траўня 1975 г., Мінск, Беларуская ССР) — беларускі грамадскі і палітычны дзеяч, кандыдат у прэзідэнты Рэспублікі Беларусь у 2010 годзе.
У 2004 - 2008 гг. – намеснік старшыні партыі БНФ. Пасля вылучэння на пост старшыні партыі ў 2008 г. і прапановы праграмы па яе рэфармаванні выключаны з арганізацыі за публічную крытыку кіраўніцтва. З 2003 па 2007 гг.
– дэпутат Пухавіцкага раённага савета Мінскай вобласці, каардынатар Асамблеі дэпутатаў мясцовых саветаў. У той жа час – выдавец газеты “Рэгіён” (г. Мар’іна Горка Мінскай вобласці), ініцыятар шэрагу рашэнняў па пашырэнні паўнамоцтваў органаў мясцовага самакіравання. 27 студзеня 2010 года публічна абвясціў аб пачатку сваёй кампаніі па вылучэнні на пост прэзідэнта Беларусі ў якасці незалежнага кандыдата.
Ales (Alaksiej) Anatoljevich Michalevic (Belarusian: Алесь Мiхалевiч, Aleś Michalevič, Ales Mikhalevich, born 15 May 1975 in Minsk, Byelorussian SSR) is a Belarusian public figure and politician, candidate in the Belarusian presidential election, 2010.
Michalevic was deputy chairman of the Partyja BNF in 2004-2008. Following his nomination to the position of party chairman in 2008 and proposal of a program of reforms, Michalevic was expelled from the party for publicly criticizing the party leadership. From 2003 to 2007, Michalevic was deputy to the Pukhavichy district council and coordinator of the Assembly of Deputies to Local Councils. At the same time he published a local newspaper in the town of Maryina Horka
On 27 January 2010, Michalevic officially launched his campaign seeking nomination as an independent candidate in Belarusian presidential election, 2011. On November 18, 2010, Michalevic officially registered as a presidential candidate. On December 19, 2010 Michalevic took part in the meeting in downtown Minsk but did not take part in the demonstration and riots that followed. He left downtown for home where he was with his family. On December 20, 2010, at the election night Michalevic was arrested by KGB agents in his apartment in Minsk. He was charged for organizing of mass riots. On 11 January 2011, Amnesty International recognized him as a prisoner of conscience.
January 11, 2011 Michalevic called from the KGB jail to his wife. Under the pressure of a voice heard in the phone, Michalevic asked her to not go to Brussels and Warsaw to give a speech at EU-parliament and Polish Sejm hearings regarding Belarus. His wife interpreted this as if her husband in fact told her to go there.
The night between January 12 and January 13 the car in which Milana Michalevic and their youngest daughter was travelng to Poland was stopped by KGB agents. Milana Michalevic was informed that she was banned from travel abroad until her husband's future is decided by the KGB. Currently Michalevic's wife is under the close observation of KGB agents in Minsk.
On February 19, 2011 Michalevic was released from prison. After that, he made a statement in which he claimed that he and other political prisoners had been subjected to tortures. Soon after his statements about tortures in Belarusian prisons, Michalevic secretly escaped the country.
On 24 March 2011 he was granted political asylum in the Czech Republic. On 18 November 2011 Michalevic received the Rights & Democracy John Humphrey Freedom Award from Canadian International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development. Michalevic was awarded “for his courage, determination and perseverance, and … efforts to make Belarus a free and open democracy”.