Civil activist from the Astravets district Mikalai Ulasevich filed the sixth appeal to the Office of Prosecutor General of the Republic of Belarus. All previous tappeals were returned to him without consideration on the merits. Mr. Ulasevich also attached to his appeal the 30-page complaint which was also filed to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus.
News on the topic: elections-2012
On 14 March Baranavichy human rights defender Siarhei Housha received by mail a ruling of the head of the Supreme Court of Belarus Valiantsin Sukala abolishing the refusal of a judge of Brest Region Court (dated 4 October 2012) to consider his cassation appeal due to the alleged expiry of the terms of consideration.
Investigative Committee: observers were detained after election because riot police were looking for terrorists
The Tsentralny District Department of the Investigative Committee in Minsk responded to complaint concerning the illegal detention of participants in the project "Election Observation: Theory and Practice."
Ihar Sluchak, former candidate for Parliament in Homel-based constituency No. 34, received a reply to his appeal issued by the Constitutional Court. In his appeal, the pro-democratic activist urged the Constitutional Court to order the review of his earlier complaint at the Supreme Court of Belarus.
On 12 December the Mahiliou District Court considered the cassation and private appeals of a civil activist Aliaksei Paulouski against the verdict of the Leninski District Court of Mahiliou on his lawsuit against the member of the Chamber of Representatives (the lower chamber of the Belarusian parliament) Eduard Siankevich.
Mahiliou: Yury Novikau continues appealing against the confiscation of informational materials for observers
The Mahiliou coordinator of the “For Fair Elections” campaign is dissatisfied wit the verdict of the judge Ratnikava of the Mahiliou Leninski District Court of 11 September 2012 and the verdict of the judge Kachalava of 18 November 2012.
On 21 September the environmental activists Ivan Kruk and Mikalai Ulasevich were detained by the police. The detainees' apartments were searched, Kruk and Ulasevich were questioned concerning the alleged distribution of illegal electoral agitation matter.