Minsk: police haunt national-Bolsheviks
On 6 December morning the police started searching for
the youngsters who could have relation to the action which had been conducted
at the entrance of the Belarusian State TV and Radio Company on 3 December.
Uladzislau Lobau, an under-aged activist of the unregistered National-Bolshevik Party, was taken to the Pershamaiski District Police Department of Minsk and was passed to his step-father after drawing up a violation report under Article 17.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses, “disorderly conduct”.
According to Dzmitry Siniak, a representative of the organizing committee of the NBP, a leader of the organizing committee Yauhen Kontush was taken to the Pershamaiski District Police Department for unknown reasons.
Bear in mind that on 3 December national-Bolsheviks smeared the entrance doors of the Belarusian State TV and Radio Company in Makayonak Street in Minsk with noodles and threw some leaflets around, in which it is stated that the first duty of a journalist is to guarantee receiving trustworthy and precise information.