Chair of Pinsk Office of Belarusian People’s Front Aliaksandr Ramanovich Detained
The location of Aliaksandr Ramanovich, the chair of Pinsk city office of Belarusian People’s Front Party, remains unknown. His friend Iury Bakhtserau said to RFE/RL that yesterday in the evening the police stopped Ramanovich on the corner of Chyhunachnaia and Urytski streets.
‘He was returning from a disabled, whom he helped to build a hotbed in his kitchen garden. At 9.30 they were approaching a bus stop, but the way was overlapped by a police car. The policemen ordered Ramanovich to get into the car and then drove away.
In his yesterday’s interview to RFE/RL Aliaksandr Ramanovich said that the local police inspector tried to pass to him a summons to come to a police department ‘for a talk’, but he refused to take it.