United Civil Party’s activists’ homes searched in Astravets

2012 2012-04-26T23:15:41+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

283 copies of the newspaper Golos Razuma were withdrawn from Ivan Kruk. Mikola Ulasievich’s house in Varniany village, Astravets district, was searched, too, although the owner wasn’t home.

According to Ivan Kruk, his apartment was searched after United Civil Party leader Anatol Liabezdka left Astravets with party members. Today they have met with Astravets district residents, Radio Svaboda reports.

According to Kruk, that issue of the newspaper Golos Razuma contains nothing special, just regular materials about the party’s activities. Kruk believes that the special services have pressed local activists in order to intimidate them once again.

At that time Ulasievich was participating in a rally in Minsk and he doesn’t know any details of the search. He only said that his wife asked him to get home soon.


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