2012 02/02
Мікола Уласевіч

Mikalay Ulasievich, Harodnia

On February 2 in the Leninsky district court of Harodnia hearing of the complaint of Astraviets activist Mikalay Ulasievich ended quite unexpectedly. The process lasted about one and a half hour, and eventually the judge Vitaly Liatsko granted Ulasievich’s appeal.

It’s interesting that in parallel a similar complaint of Ulasievich on actions of Astraviets district administration, in particular the chairman of the executive committee Adam Kavalko, will be considered this week by the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Belarus.

But in fact, we can already say that a criminal case should be initiated against the head of Astraviets executive committee. And it is to happen mostly because the Leninsky district court of Harodnia granted Ulasievich’s complaint and canceled the decision not to initiate criminal proceedings against the chairman of the executive committee Adam Kavalko, which was submitted by the regional militia department back on May 4, 2011. On February 2, Mikalay Ulasievich disclosed additional facts and arguments in his complaint.

It’s also interesting that the court did not get any materials from the regional militia department and its representative didn’t come to the hearing of the complaint. So the chief prosecutor of the regional prosecutor’s office suggested that it was reasonable to require the necessary materials.

But the judge Liatsko rejected this petition and granted the complaint without additional study of the case materials. Independent observers believe that such a sensational court’s decision, most likely, was made after coordination with the “higher authorities”. Time will tell how the events around the cases of a corrupted Astraviets official will unfold.

Quoting grodnospring.org,
Prepared by Ales LETA,
Belarusian Legal Portal,

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