ADMINISTRATIVE ARRESTS – ROUTINE OR PROBLEM?

22.05.2012:03:07
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ADMINISTRATIVE ARRESTS – ROUTINE OR PROBLEM?

Since the very beginning of 2012 Young Front members have been condemned to 350 days’ administrative arrests, which broke the absolute record by Belarusian authorities towards one organization.

On May 21 Young Front initiated and started a solidarity campaign with arrested YF activists Raman Vasilieu, Mikalai Dzemidzenka, Dzmitry Kremianetski, Uladzimir Yaromenak and Pavel Siarhei.

The campaign is aimed at:
— applying to international structures and institutes and requiring Amnesty International to recognize all administratively arrested prisoners of conscience;
— addressing to its partners – youth organizations in EU states to bring this hot issue to their governments;
— informing diplomatic corpus on the territory of Belarus about the current situation and further informing of their Foreign Ministries.

While back the scenes negotiations on possible liberation and concessions to the regime, we will be advising the international community to establish and carry out one of the conditions and requirements to the regime to end up repressions against YF activists.

We also urge you to show a glimpse of solidarity with the arrested. We got used to these arrests as a matter of fact and consider it a daily act while it happens to be a very powerful means of torturing people. Dozens of people used to meet our activists from the jail doorstep, while now only close friends and followers come to meet them. This shallow attitude leads to further existence of tortures and repressions.

Pavel Siarhei will be set free on May 21 at 9 p.m.

Uladzimir Yaromenak – on May 23 at 3.30 p.m.

Mikalai Dzemidzenka and Dzmitry Kremianetski – on May 24 at 3.30 p.m.

Raman Vasilieu – on May 26 at 3.30 p.m.

Come to support the youth!!!

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