Court marshals in Anzhalika Borys' apartment

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In Hrodna, court marshals came to the apartment of Anzhalika Borys, Chairperson of the Union of Poles in Belarus, in order to attach her property in connection with the 4,200,000 rubles fine that was imposed on her as the head of the Polonika firm (the firm was fined 122 million rubles).

According to information of Ihar Bantsar, the UPB press-secretary, three court marshals attached the audio system, microwave oven, computer, stationery telephone, TV set and a new dual-pane window (that hadn't been installed). They said they would take these things out.

The unregistered Union of Poles in Belarus, headed by Anzhalika Borys, used Polonika as a legal instrument of their activities. The firm was punished for receiving money for cultural and educational activities from Wspolnota Polska, which was considered by the court as unlawful humanitarian aid.

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