Supervision of Zmicer Dashkevich extended for three months

2014 2014-06-05T11:00:00+0300 2014-06-06T14:29:58+0300 en
Zmicer Dashkevich

Zmicer Dashkevich

Pershamajski court extended the preventive supervision of Zmicer Dashkevich for another three months. Judge Leanid Yarmolenka said that the reason for such decision was repeated violations of the rules of preventive supervision by Dashkevich.

It was the police of Pershamajski district of Minsk which requested the extension of supervision.

In 2011, the chairman of the "Young Front" Zmicer Dashkevich was sentenced to two years imprisonment for alleged involvement in a fight with passers-by’s which occurred on the day before the presidential election. A few months before the release, while being at prison in Hlybokae, Zmicer Dashkevich was sentenced for another year of imprisonment for alleged insubordination to the prison administration. Activist was released from Hrodna "closed" prison at the end of August 2013, and was put under preventive supervision for the period of six months, which has now been extended for another three months. According to the rules of preventive supervision, Dashkevich should stay at home from 8 pm to 6 am, regularly report to the police his location, and seek police permission to travel outside the city.