Ivatsevichy: Khaladovich sent to work on the day of Lukashenka's visit

2011 2011-12-05T17:46:02+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en https://spring96.org/files/images/sources/ivacevichy.jpg The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

Civil activist Stanislau Khaladovich works as a relief plumber at the Ivatsevichy water supply point. On Thursday he was urgently summonsed to work and was told that on his day off, 2 December he would have to work at the water-treatment facilities which are located in the wood. Khaladovich wasn't explained the reasons for it.

He is convinced that there were no reasons to call him to work so urgently. The matter is that Lukashenka came to Ivatsevichy that day, in order to take part in the opening of the local Ice Palace and a new workshop, whereas the activist lives just 400 meters away from the Ice Palace.

“I didn't even think of coming there, the more that I have no wish to see him”, says Khaladovich, “but it is not the first time I am neutralized on the eve of the high guest's visit”.

According to Stanislau Khaladovich, after serving an arrest term for participation in the protest action of 19 December 2010, he has been constantly pushed to quitting his job. He was transferred to the position of a relief plumber, though he has no admonitions and had even been awarded with a letter of commendation.

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