Hrodna: trial for "refusal from dactylography" held behind closed doors
The hearings on the administrative case of Uladzimir
Fianenka, charged with "refusal from dactylography", started behind
the closed doors in the Leninski District Court of Hrodna. The matter is that
the police charged the man in absentia — he found about their report only when
he was summonsed to the court. Mr. Fianenka asked to postpone the hearings, but
the judge rejected his motion.
Today, on 4 April, Judge Mikalai Siarheika, started the hearings in a very small room where there is no space for Fianenka's supporters and Hrodna human rights defenders. The head of the Leninski District Court of Hrodna refused to solve the issue, telling she couldn't do anything as the hearing had already started.