News for 30 Nov 2012
30.11.2012 Website about political prisoners and their persecutors presented in Minsk
On 29 November another human rights initiative, the informational resource about the political prisoners of Belarus starting from 1989 – palitviazni.info – was presented in Belarus.
30.11.2012 Antifascist detained short before the “Slavonic March” in Mahiliou
A civil activist was detained in the center of Mahiliou why posting DIY antifa leaflets (in the photo) opposing neo-Nazism and Russian imperialism.
30.11.2012 Action in support of the freedoms of expression and assembly held in Pinsk
The local activists of the organizing committee of the Belarusian Christian Party held an action in support of the freedoms of expression and assembly near the central market of Pinsk on 29 November.
30.11.2012 Baranavichy: provocation against the trade-union activist Aliaksandr Vaitseshyk
On 28 November the activist filed a written appeal to Dzmitry Huminski, the head of the construction technical company where he worked as an accountant. He wrote about having come to work on 28 November and found his desk drawers empty and documents disappeared. As it was figured out later, someone had unauthorized access to his computer. Aliaksandr Vaitseshyk asks the director to look into the situation and take proper measures.
30.11.2012 Former political prisoner Uladzimir Yaromenak questioned over attack on the Lithuanian Embassy
Uladzimir Yaromenak was forcefully taken to the Partyzanski District Police Department to give explanations regarding the incident.
30.11.2012 Hillary Clinton calls on the Belarusian authorities to release political prisoners
The United States Secretary of State criticized the authorities in Ukraine and Belarus and welcomed the elections in Georgia. Her speech at the Brookings Institution on Thursday was devoted to relations between the US and Europe, RIA “Novosti” reports.
30.11.2012 Police terrorize beaten watchman
Vasil Sarochyk, who recently said about beating in the Leninski District Police Department, has faced pressure from police.
30.11.2012 Political prisoner Statkevich doesn't receive books
The political prisoner wrote it in a letter to his wife. He writes he knows that his friends made numerous attempts to send books to him. Unfortunately, he cannot receive them. He asks to send them to his wife so that she could keep them as a sign of solidarity, statkevich.org infroms. Mikalai Statekvich wrote about physical health and an opportunity to see the sun.