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Activists of the Young Front’s Homel branch have been unable to return their items seized by police during the arrest on February 22, when Andrei Tsianiuta and Stanislau Bula, as well as an activist of a coalition named “Our Alternative” Natallia Kryvashei, were detained by police during a rally in memory of the victims of Kyiv’s Maidan protests. They laid flowers, lit candles and were soon detained by the police. More
According to the Malady Front decision, on the 26th of October a congress will be organized in Minsk.
Regardless numerous attempts to register the organization, this time activists do not want to submit documents for registration in Minister of Justice. More
Families of political prisoners thanked the Roman Pontiff for his attention to the imprisoned politicians and activists, asked him to facilitate their soonest release and not to stop praying for Belarus.
Relatives of political prisoners sent an open letter as a reaction to the visit of the Nuncio archbishop to the Belarusian prisons, where he met with Mikalaj Statkevich, Zmitser Dashkevich, Pavel Syevyarynets (at the specialized confinement facility), Ales Byalyatski, Syarhei Kavalenka and Pavel Syramalotau (already released). More
On Wednesday, the mass media wrote that Zmitser Dashkevich was kept in the punishment cell in the colony of Mazyr and that he started a hunger strike. Zmitser Dashkevich keeps the hunger strike for the 7th day.
The reason for the strike has become known today – inhuman behavior of the colony’s administration, in particular, the Chief of the colony Yury Zbarouski. Zmitser Dashkevich told that he would stop the hunger strike only when the prison administration stops persecuting him, adopts an adequate attitude towards him and apologizes for the previous insults and threats.
Last month ended the trial against former leader of the Belarusian Republican Youth Union Leanid Kavalyou.
Police caught Kavalyou with a major bribe. The sentence was harsh – seven years of imprisonment in a maximum security colony with property confiscation. The criminal case represents a telling example of how good the “new governing elite” in Belarus is. More
New criminal case is to be opened against Zmitser Dashkevich, Chairman of the International Youth Democratic Movement “Young Front” (registered in the Czech Republic)
Materials to initiate a new criminal case against an opposition activist for “violation and breaking prison rules” were filed to the Investigation Committee.
Imprisoned opposition activist Zmitser Dashkevich has been transferred from a cell-type room back to a regular unit at a correctional institution in Hlybokaye, the Belarusian service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported with reference to opposition politician Paval Sevyarynets.
Mr. Sevyarynets said that the 30-year-old leader of an opposition youth group called Malady Front may be released early under this year’s amnesty. More
The administration of Correctional Institution No. 22 in Ivatsevichy, Brest region, is putting pressure on young opposition activist Eduard Lobaw, Paval Sevyarynets, co-chairman of the Belarusian Christian Democracy party, told BelaPAN on Thursday.
“In a letter dated June 1, Eduard says that his situation has recently changed for the worse, and that he is now constantly charged with various disciplinary offenses,” said Mr. Sevyarynets, who is himself serving a three-year “restricted freedom” and corrective labor sentence in a dormitory-style correctional facility in the Brest region. More
Mikhail Muski’s appeal against military service office will be undergone on June 14 in Niasvizh court. They guy is to be taken to court under escort.
On June 1 the first trial of the case on Muski’s appeal was done. Draft board was represented by Marozau A.V. Muski’s representative showed a series of motions, some of which were partially met. Judge Maryna Dunaeva decided to call for the next meeting the applicant Mikhail Muski and postponed the procedures till June 14 at 11 a.m. More
On Putin’s official departure Young Front activists were being set free.
Mikhalai Dzemidzenka was the first to be released from Akhrestin Jail on June 1 at 11.15 a.m., though his friends expected him to be released in the evening. Just at that time Putin was leaving Minsk. More