News for 6 Jun 2011

Mahiliou riot police beat spectator at motorbike festival

06.06.2011 Mahiliou riot police beat spectator at motorbike festival

The recent scandal with tear gas sprayed by ensign Retsikau near the face of a five-year-old child at a football match in Babruisk is still remembered by many. However, the riot police are not going to calm down.

Mahiliou: disabled have no chance to enter new buildings

06.06.2011 Mahiliou: disabled have no chance to enter new buildings

For instance, accoridng to information of Valery Tsimakin, a member of the Pinsk organization of wheelchair disabled, they are unable to enter the main office of Belahraprambank. The organization conducted monitoring concerning the creation of the barrierless environment in the city and registered many violations of the Belarusian legislation in this sphere.

Maladechna: control beyond reason

06.06.2011 Maladechna: control beyond reason

Controlling the labor discipline at enterprises in Maladechna became especially strict after Lukashenka’s instructions.

Mahiliou authorities ban picket against increase of prices

06.06.2011 Mahiliou authorities ban picket against increase of prices

The Mahiliou City Executive Committee didn’t authorize a meeting against the increase of prices, inflation and decrease of the life standards of workers. The official reason for the ban is the failure of teh action organizers to conclude agreements with such state services as poilce, medics and public utilities.

Search and interrogation concerning arson of the Palace of Justice

06.06.2011 Search and interrogation concerning arson of the Palace of Justice

On 3 June the apartment of an activist of the Movement Forward Dzmitry Niafiodau was searched by the police headed by investigator Khamenka. Before this, he was also interrogated concernign the case of arson of the Palace of Justice in Minsk. Then he was guarded to the Minsk KGB, from which he was transferred to the Zavadski District Police Department of Minsk. He spent the weekend at the delinquents’ isolation center in Akrestsin Street in Minsk.

Authorities harass internet activists

06.06.2011 Authorities harass internet activists

Ivan Stasiuk, a civil activist from Brest, was detained on the Belarusian-Polish border and guarded to the local KGB department. The Belarusian border guards took away Ivan’s passport and told him that the document would be returned to him after a “prophylactic talk”.

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