News for 7 Jul 2011
07.07.2011 Chronicle of silent revolution: 6 July
During the 6 July action the Minsk blocked the grounds where participants of the silent protests wanted to gather. In particular, residents of the Frunzenski district were recommended to gather near the Ice Palace in Prytytski Street, but all ways to it were blocked by law-machinery officers.
07.07.2011 Incomplete list of protesters kept in prison in Akrestsin Street (updated)
According to the blogger m-dziatlik, the prison guards hanged out the lists of the people who were punished with arrest for participation in the silent revolution held on 3 July in Minsk.
07.07.2011 Trials in Mahiliou
On 7 July afternoon the Leninski District Court considered the administrative cases of some participants of yesterday’s silent protest action.
07.07.2011 BPF Party must vacate its Minsk office within 7 days
On 7 July the Belarusian Popular Front Party received 6 rulings ordering it to vacate the office in Masherau Avenue, 8 in Minsk, within 7 days. The rulings are signed by the court marshal Nikulin.
07.07.2011 Homel: participant of silent protests sentenced to 30 days of arrest
The court considered the youngster guilty of bad swearing and sentenced him to 15 days of detention on 4 July. Ustsimenka was detained on 2 July, before another silent action of protest. Policemen claimed they had received a complaint from an unknown person.
07.07.2011 6 July protest action: list of detained journalists
The following journalists were detained during the protests actions that were held in different towns and cities of Belarus on 6 July:
07.07.2011 About 1,730 people detained at silent revolutions
Silent protest actions are still held all over Belarus each Wednesday. About 1,730 people were detained during the actions which took place on 15, 22, 29 June and 3, 6 July. 980 of them were detained in Minsk.
07.07.2011 Police beat journalist of Vecherniy Grodno
On 7 July Polina Zhuravlyova, a journalist for the Vecherniy Grodno newspaper, paid a visit to the forensic expertise in order to register her injuries.