Mahiliou: entrepreneur Liudmila Krylovich summonsed to KGB

2011 2011-12-05T17:47:05+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

The woman received a telephone call from a man who introduced himself as a KGB officer. He wanted to invite her for a talk, but she demanded to be issued with a summons.

“He told me that he wanted to talk about the strike which was allegedly prepared by me. However, it's lies, nothing is done for the preparation to a strike at the shopping center “Preston” where I work,” tells the woman.

She thinks that this telephone call may be a result of the disagreements the entrepreneurs have with the “Preston” administration.

“I received a note with the information that the administration wouldn't extend the rent agreement with me for the next year, though there are free places which can be lent. The administration is dissatisfied with the fact that I actively protect my rights, as well as the rights of other entrepreneurs. I was also told about it orally,” comments the activist.

Now she is going to demand written explanations for the decision not to extend the rent agreement, and will try to appeal against it with the assistance of human rights defenders.

Bear in mind that Liudmila Krylovich was the initiator of the assembly of “Preston” entrepreneurs this summer. The reason was that the administration of the market wanted to evict the people from their working places, using the repairs on the second floor as a pretext. After finishing the repairs the administration intended to lend the space to somebody else, but the entrepreneurs managed to protect their right to work.

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