Babruisk trade union leader appeals unprecedented obstacles
Mikhail Kavalkou, Babruisk leader of the Belarusian Free Trade Union, has lodged a complaint with the town’s prosecuting officials, after he has been unable to access his office located on the territory of local Tractor Supplies Plant, Euroradio reports, quoting the web-site of the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions.
According to the web-site, the plant’s administration has blocked Kavalkou’s free entrance since November 2011. As a result, he has to receive a daily pass, which takes two to four hours a day.
On 21 and 22 May, the trade union activist was not allowed entering the enterprise at all.