Babruisk: Ales Chyhir and his initiative group summonsed to military enlistment office

2008 2008-08-11T20:44:28+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

The resident of Babruisk Ales Chyhir who intends to run for parliament, has received a writ from the local military enlistment office. There it is written that he is summonsed to the office for ‘amendment of the documents’. Similar writs were received by two members of Chyhir’s initiative group. All writs are for Tuesday.

‘I am going to the enlistment office to ‘get my documents amended’, Chyhir says. ‘Several years ago I was summonsed there. They wanted to take me away for a military training starting on 25 March. I showed them my passport to confirm that I had three children. Then they left me alone.’

In Babruisk civil activists often receive writs from the local military enlistment office. Often such writs are used by KGB officers to invite to them to conversation.

Human rights activists for free elections

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