News for 27 Mar 2012
27.03.2012 Ivashkevich accused of “undermining” state sovereignty
Viktar Ivashkevich, a representative of the organizing committee to create Belarusian Movement Party, has been warned against the actions that may be aimed at “undermining the state sovereignty”.The warning to the politician was issued in the Prosecutor General's Office on March 27, BelaPAN reports.
27.03.2012 Ministry of Communication offical fired for giving equipment to opposition
The CEO of the unitary enterprise “Republican TV and Radio Transmitting Center” gave sound amplifying equipment for Freedom Day organizers.
27.03.2012 Education used as weapon against young people in Belarus
MINSK - Anastasia Shuleika was expelled from Belarus State University on 14 February for speaking out against President Alexander Lukashenko.
27.03.2012 Vitsebsk opposition activist sues executive officials
Vitsebsk member of the Conservative Christian Party-Belarusian Popular Front Yan Dziarzhautsau has lodged complaints with three district courts, contesting bans on holding pickets issued by the city’s executive authorities between 21 and 25 February.
27.03.2012 Lyabedzka sues Ministry of Internal Affairs and Ministry of Justice
Anatol Lyabedzka applied to the Tsentralny district court with a legal action against the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Justice.
27.03.2012 Complaint on torture against Zmitser Bandarenka submitted to UN
The UN Special Rapporteur on Torture has received a complaint with a request to investigate facts of using torture against political prisoner Zmitser Bandarenka.
27.03.2012 Mikalai Dzyadok thrown into punishment cell for seventh time
Anarchist Mikalai Dzyadok was thrown into a punishment cell for six days allegedly for improper cell cleanup.
27.03.2012 Minsk court convicts another person detained in benefit concert
On 26 March Minsk Partyzanski District Court sentenced Mrs. Alena Dubovik to three days of administrative arrest.
27.03.2012 Amnesty International: Alarming levels of executions in the few countries that kill
Countries that carried out executions in 2011 did so at an alarming rate but those employing capital punishment have decreased by more than a third compared to a decade ago, Amnesty International found in its annual review of death sentences and executions.