Anzhalika Borys was again interrogated in the police, and the Tadeusz Kruczkowski team is preparing for a repeated congress

2005 2005-08-23T10:00:00+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

On 22 August in Hrodna the chair of the Union of Poles Anzhalika Borys was summonsed to Leninski BBIA. After she was interrogated as a witness, Anzhalika Borys revealed the questions asked: where she was in the night of 6 and 7 December, when some unidentified person burned the Opel that belonged to Tadeusz Kruczkowski, the ex-chair of the Union of Poles, reported Radio Liberty.
The correspondent asked Anzhalika Borys: how can she sum up the results of the nomination by the Tadeusz Kruczkowski team of delegates to the repeated congress of the Union of Poles? She said that the nomination of the delegates was closely watched by the local bodies of power, the ideology committees and so on. Everywhere they resorted to force. Virtually none of the gatherings had a quorum, the gatherings were sometimes attended by strangers.
At the same time, Kanstantsin Tarasievich, who was at the head of the sitting that resolved to organize a repeated congress, argues that there was no pressure during the delegation nomination assemblies. "This information also reached me. I asked, for example, people from Iviantsy, Barysau, then Klietsk and Niasvizh. None of them mentioned any interference or pressure".
Mr. Tarasevich said that the congress would not have delegates from the capital. The governing board of Minsk Department of UPB ruled not to nominate any, because it did not receive the documents about the planned congress on time, said Kanstantsin Tarasevich.