News on the topic: monitoring
04.01.2022 At least 118 people convicted in the protest-related criminal trials in December
This review dwells on the main trends in the court hearings of protest-related criminal cases documented by the Human Rights Center “Viasna” in December.
17.01.2019 Belarus in World Report 2019 by Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch issued an annual review of human rights around the globe. Belarus deserves a special chapter.
13.10.2015 Report on results of monitoring of mass event on October 11 in Minsk
The assembly and procession of October 11, 2015 in Minsk was peaceful. The absence of an application for holding mass actions, required by law, is not a reason to limit the freedom of peaceful assembly. We should also mention the spontaneous character of the action and the inability to identify the organizers.
11.10.2015 Report on results of monitoring of mass event on October 10, 2015 in Minsk
The assembly and procession on October 10, 2015 in Minsk was peaceful. The absence of an application for holding the mass event, required by law, is not a reason to limit the freedom of peaceful assembly.
11.09.2015 Report on monitoring of the picket "For Fair and Free Elections" in Minsk on September 10
The picket of September 10, 2015 was of peaceful nature. The absence of an application for holding the mass event, as required by law, is not a reason to limit the freedom of peaceful assembly.
01.09.2015 Monitoring: The Coverage of the 2015 Presidential Election in the Belarusian Media
We present to your attention the following monitoring, prepared by the Belarusian Association of Journalists.
05.08.2015 Monitoring report on the picket on August 4, dedicated to political prisoners and disappeared politicians
August 4, 2015 in Minsk a picket dedicated to the issue of political prisoners and missing politicians, organized by the United Civil Party, was held on Niezaliežnasć Avenue in Minsk, near the monument to Felix Dzerzhinsky.
01.07.2015 Statement on the occasion of the beginning of the campaign to monitor the presidential elections in Belarus
The House of Representatives of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus has determined the date of the next presidential elections - October 11, 2015. According to Art. 81 of the Belarusian Constitution, the President is elected for five years directly by the people through universal, free, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.
11.12.2014 Human rights defenders present “Report on Results of Monitoring of Places of Detention”
December 10, International Human Rights Day, the Human Rights Center "Viasna" presented an analytical report on the results of monitoring places of detention in the Republic of Belarus. The report was prepared by human rights activists in cooperation with an expert, lawyer Pavel Sapelka.
04.11.2014 Report on the monitoring of “Dziady-2014”
The traditional commemorative action in the memory of ancestors, "Dzyady-2014", including a march and a rally, took place on November 2, 2014. The event was organized by the Conservative Christian Party BPF.
04.11.2013 HRC “Viasna” starts a new stage of the monitoring of the penitentiary system
The Human Rights Center "Viasna" announces the beginning of a new stage of the monitoring of penitentiary institutions in the Republic of Belarus.
09.02.2010 Belarusian observers report minor violations in Ukrainian presidential election
Belarusian ENEMO (European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations) mission observers have recorded a number of violations during the presidential election in Ukraine, the BelaPan news agency reports quoting the Network’s long-term observers coordinator Ali Aliev. However, the violations were not systematic and failed to affect the election results.
30.07.2009 ENEMO issues statement on parliamentary election in Moldova
ENEMO (European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations) has issued a statement on the pre-term parliamentary election in the Republic of Moldova. ‘The ENEMO International Observers’ Mission in the Republic of Moldova officially declares that it withdraws its international monitoring mission of the parliamentary election in the Republic of Moldova. The mission would like to declare that, under the conditions created by the authorities, it is absolutely impossible to perform an adequate monitoring. Besides opposition by the official authorities, the observers received threats from unknown persons of criminal appearance. In this situation, the mission cannot guarantee the security of its observers and will have to stop its activities,’ says the statement.
01.07.2009 Monitoring of the situation with non-governmental organizations and freedom of association
Prepared by the Assembly of Pro-Democratic. Non-Governmental Organizations in Belarus