Mahilou Regional Department of Justice warned the women’s public association Lubava in Horki. Officials argue that the NGO has its seat in a residential high-rise and so have to find some other premises for their legal address.
This has been reported in the belngo.info portal. The civil activists were surprised to receive such a demand because they have their legal address in a private house (rather than a residential high-rise) that has two separate exits. However, if the justice officials can prove their point (which cannot be ruled out in our court) the women’s NGO will have an almost unsolvable problem of finding a new place for their legal address, which is no easy task in such a small town as Horki.
Lubava was registered in 2001 and is one of the most prominent NGOs of the town. The NGO members are known in the town as organizers of various social actions for orphans and socially unprotected families. And now Lubava is threatened with liquidation, which will cause it to continue illegally.