Brest authorities try to forcibly evict a family before the end of the court proceedings

2013 2013-02-11T14:06:33+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
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Uladzimir Hadun and all his family including his three-year-old daughter, received copies of the verdict of the Leninski District Court of Brest, according to which they are prescribed to vacate their apartment by 11 February.

The eviction order was submitted to them despite the fact that Mr. Hadun appeals at the Supreme Court against an earlier court verdict, according to which the building in Heroyeu Abarony Brestskai Krepastsi, 32 was registered as being in the state of emergency. The apartment is located in the city center, and its owners are sure that the authorities just decided to seize their property to use it for their own needs.

It's quite interesting that by its verdict for the eviction the court not only orders the local housing economy to provide transport and workers for movement of the movable assets, but also provides the presence of the police for "keeping the public order". "Our authorities care so much about the people and their rights that provide policemen for keeping the public order and send copies of eviction orders even to my three-year-old grand-daughter," commented Uladzimir Hadun with irony.

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