Brest Regional Court refuses to reinstate lecturer at work

2014 2014-12-15T16:10:49+0300 2014-12-15T16:10:49+0300 en http://spring96.org/files/images/sources/melnik-aliaksandr-1.jpg The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
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Aliaksandr Melnik, a lecturer from Brest

Aliaksandr Melnik, a lecturer from Brest

Former lecturer of the local medical college Aliaksandr Melnik, fired from his job in September, is still trying to challenge the order for his dismissal.

Earlier, the order was upheld by the Maskouski District Court of Brest. In his latest appeal
to the Judicial Board on Civil Cases of the Brest Regional Court Aliaksandr Melnik states that the Maskouski District Court didn't wholly study the collective agreement adopted at the Brest State Medical College. The agreement obliges the institution to extend the labor contracts or enter into new ones in respect of the workers who properly have performed their duties, had no disciplinary actions during the previous year and expressed a wi

Former lecturer of the local medical college Aliaksandr Melnik, fired from his job in September, is still trying to challenge the order for his dismissal.

Earlier, the order was upheld by the Maskouski District Court of Brest. In his latest appeal
to the Judicial Board on Civil Cases of the Brest Regional Court Aliaksandr Melnik states that the Maskouski District Court didn't wholly study the collective agreement adopted at the Brest State Medical College. The agreement obliges the institution to extend the labor contracts or enter into new ones in respect of the workers who properly have performed their duties, had no disciplinary actions during the previous year and expressed a wish for the continuation of the employment relationship.

I hadn't received any penalties or admonitions before my dismissal, though the college administration had expressed dissatisfaction over my decision to participate in the local election campaign and the nomination of my candidacy,” stated Mr. Melnik. “It seems that the college management was simply waiting for the expiry of the labor contract to refuse from extending it, though there are no reasons for such a decision, which I state in my appeal.”

Nevertheless, the Brest Regional Court found no reason to
grant the claim and upheld the stance of the court of the first instance. Mr. Melnik intends to challenge his dismissal at higher instances.

Former lecturer of the local medical college Aliaksandr Melnik, fired from his job in September, is still trying to challenge the order for his dismissal.

Earlier, the order was upheld by the Maskouski District Court of Brest. In his latest appeal
to the Judicial Board on Civil Cases of the Brest Regional Court Aliaksandr Melnik states that the Maskouski District Court didn't wholly study the collective agreement adopted at the Brest State Medical College. The agreement obliges the institution to extend the labor contracts or enter into new ones in respect of the workers who properly have performed their duties, had no disciplinary actions during the previous year and expressed a wish for the continuation of the employment relationship.

I hadn't received any penalties or admonitions before my dismissal, though the college administration had expressed dissatisfaction over my decision to participate in the local election campaign and the nomination of my candidacy,” stated Mr. Melnik. “It seems that the college management was simply waiting for the expiry of the labor contract to refuse from extending it, though there are no reasons for such a decision, which I state in my appeal.”

Nevertheless, the Brest Regional Court found no reason to
grant the claim and upheld the stance of the court of the first instance. Mr. Melnik intends to challenge his dismissal at higher instances.

sh for the continuation of the employment relationship.

I hadn't received any penalties or admonitions before my dismissal, though the college administration had expressed dissatisfaction over my decision to participate in the local election campaign and the nomination of my candidacy,” stated Mr. Melnik. “It seems that the college management was simply waiting for the expiry of the labor contract to refuse from extending it, though there are no reasons for such a decision, which I state in my appeal.”

Nevertheless, the Brest Regional Court found no reason to
grant the claim and upheld the stance of the court of the first instance. Mr. Melnik intends to challenge his dismissal at higher instances.

 

 

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