Financial police disturbs not only future candidates, but also members of their families

2008 2008-08-05T22:34:39+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

Recently the pretenders to candidates Yury Novikau, Uladzimir Novikau, Alexander Irkho, Ihar Kavalenka and Mikalai Rasiuk received writs to financial police.

Yury Novikau refused to com on the writ, because there it was stated that he was summonsed as a witness, but on the phone he was told to come and get blanks of income declaration for filling.

‘Why must I do it till they send a motivated inquiry? I am not going to come to the financial investigation agencies of the State Control Committee,’ he said.

‘The members of my family, my mother, sister and brother, received writs to the financial police yesterday,’ said Ihar Kavalenka. 89-year-old mother of the chairman of the United Civil Party Uladzimir Shantsau has also received a writ.

The financial investigation agencies of the State Control Committee demand that the political activists and members of their families for the last three years.

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