News for 5 Jun 2012
05.06.2012 Brest residents appeal discriminative ruling on mass events
On 1 June Brest human rights activists passed to the Brest region court and procuracy a note of protest against the ruling of the executive committee imposing unlawful restrictions on freedom of assembly. The note was signed by about 200 residents of Brest.
05.06.2012 Anatol Liabedzka got fined for borrowing money from parents
The UCP was considered guilty and fined for 500 thousand roubles, informs the web-site of the United Civil Party.
05.06.2012 “Our House” activists accused of terrorism
Tatsiana Yakauleva was arrested in Vitsebsk region, on suspicion of involvement in “terrorism” as she was traveling to a fishing contest among children in a local village.Tatsiana Yakauleva was arrested in Vitsebsk region, on suspicion of involvement in “terrorism” as she was traveling to a fishing contest among children in a local village.
05.06.2012 Hlybokaye district: public protest against closure of library
The district authorities decided to destroy the library and recreation house in the village of Prypernaye. This made the local inhabitants angry.
05.06.2012 National-Bolshevik Andrei Sakhar imprisoned for ten days
The Maskouski district court of Minsk heard the case on 4 June.
05.06.2012 Hrodna: trials over detained Poles postponed again
The Leninski district court of Hrodna began hearing the case against Renata Dzemianchuk, the vice chairperson of the Union of Poles.
05.06.2012 Police rob “Young Front” activists
The activists were evicted from the rented flats under KGB pressure during their latest terms in custody, “European Radio” reports. For example, Mikalai Dzemidzenka’s landlord was told the guy “smokes pot and has a brothel in the flat”.