News on the topic: administrative prosecution

Viasna member detained among protests in Brest

15.04.2019 Viasna member detained among protests in Brest

At least 10 people, including human rights activist Uladzimir Vialichkin, were arrested on Friday in Brest for their alleged involvement in a series of rallies protesting the construction of a battery factory, which local environmental groups view as a potential hazard for the city.

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Sad aftermath of Freedom Day celebrations; ex-prisoner of conscience Dzmitry Paliyenka goes on hunger strike; Iranian close to expulsion, facing death in home country

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15.03.2019 Picks of the Week

Viciebsk journalist fined for award-winning report; Vlogger threatened with criminal prosecution for video about anti-parasite commissions; Brest activist fined for presence at mass Jewish burial site; UN working group informed about occupational therapy rehabilitation centers in Belarus

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08.03.2019 Picks of the Week

TUT.BY chief editor Maryna Zolatava convicted and fined $3,825; Police hunts participants of solidarity action with political prisoners; Brest journalists-freelancers fined $1,500; Absurd posters, clear purpose. Monstration picket held in Minsk; Brest blogger's flat searched

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01.03.2019 Picks of the Week

Public prosecutor demands a fine of 1000 base values for Maryna Zolatava; Picket for political prisoners results in detentions; Belarus' delegation visited the World Congress against Death Penalty; Mikhail Zhamchuzhny placed in security housing unit for three months

Anniversary of protests against construction of battery factory in facts and figures

26.02.2019 Anniversary of protests against construction of battery factory in facts and figures

Human Rights Center Viasna prepared the statistics of a year-long protest campaign in Brest.

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22.02.2019 Picks of the Week

New fines for Brest activists; New intriguing date for elections; Hlybokaje journalist fined nearly 900 rubles

The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders urges Belarus to stop harassment of Brest activists

21.02.2019 The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders urges Belarus to stop harassment of Brest activists

The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders issued an urgent appeal to stop the persecution of environmental activists in Brest.

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21.12.2018 Picks of the Week

MPs approve bill to decriminalize illegal NGO membership; REP activist under excessive restrictions; protesters still face routine judicial harassment

Reporters Without Borders: Harassment of journalists breaks records in Belarus

17.12.2018 Reporters Without Borders: Harassment of journalists breaks records in Belarus

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Belarusian government’s international partners to react to the surge in its persecution of journalists, with nearly 100 fines imposed already this year on reporters working for exile media – an all-time record.

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15.12.2018 Picks of the Week

Amnesty International calls to stop new acts of harassment against ex-prisoner of conscience Dzmitry Paliyenka; civil society activists call new ant-parasite law a shame; more journalists convicted in Belarus

Stop deportation of United Civil Party press secretary!

14.12.2018 Stop deportation of United Civil Party press secretary!

Joint statement of the Belarusian human rights community

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07.12.2018 Picks of the Week

Human rights defender Leanid Sudalenka awarded French Human Rights Prize; Former political prisoner Dzmitry Paliyenka will stand two more administrative trials; police in Hrodna use an array of illegal means to extort confession

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One journalist remains charged in "BelTA case"; ex-political prisoner Dzmitry Paliyenka facing new judicial harassment; disabled priest wrongly detained in Minsk.

Harassment of journalists breaks records in Belarus – nearly 100 fines so far this year

15.11.2018 Harassment of journalists breaks records in Belarus – nearly 100 fines so far this year

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Belarusian government’s international partners to react to the surge in its persecution of journalists, with nearly 100 fines imposed already this year on reporters working for exile media – an all-time record.

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