2010 30/06
Міжнародная арганізацыя

The survey studies the human rights situation and democracy in 29 states of Eastern Europe and former Soviet bloc, AFN reports. Continue reading »

2010 30/06
Натальля Радзіна, Менск

Natalia Radzina, Charter'97

Journalist Natalia Radzina who runs Charter’97 web site has been summoned for interrogation to investigators at Minsk City Prosecutor’s Office on July 1, reports Radio Svaboda. Continue reading »

2010 30/06
Суд адбыўся, Магілёў

Lawsuit of Lidzia Sahidulina stopped by Vitsebsk Railway district court was unproved and lawsuit of Halina Bahdanava had no elements of offence. Continue reading »

2010 30/06
Суд адбыўся, Магілёў

Orsha Town Court dismissed civil proceedings against local activist Ruslan Kanavalau, previously charged with alleged illegal distribution of printed materials outside the town’s railway station back on 30 April, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reports. Continue reading »

2010 29/06
Куляшоў, Менск

Аnatol Кulashou, Мiеnsk

During a press conference of Minister of Internal Affairs of Belarus, Anatol Kuliashou, journalists complained about the abusive conduct of policemen during mass actions, when policemen prevent press photographers and cameramen to perform their professional duties. Continue reading »

2010 24/06
Міжнароднае права правоў чалавеку ...

International low of Human Rights ...

A new periodical devoted to human rights appeared in Belarus. This is a theoretical and practical and informational journal. It is considered that this journal would be interesting for many of those who work with this issue and take interest in international law of human rights, issues of implementation of corresponding international standards of law into national legislation and judicial practice. Continue reading »

2010 18/06
AAN

On 19 May 2010, the UN Human Rights Committee registered a complaint submitted by two Brest activists of the ‘For Freedom’ movement, Aliaksandr Milinkevich’s press-service reports.
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2010 15/06
Анатоль Паплаўны, Гомель

Anatol Paplauny, Homel

Anatol Paplauny, a Homel human rights defender who had received administrative punishment for participation in the Chain of Concerned People, an action dedicated to commemoration of the missing public and political activists and support to their families and political prisoners, passed an individual communication to the UN Human Rights Committee in connection with violation by Belarus of his rights to fair trial and freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.
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2010 15/06
Alaksiej Lapicki

Alaksiej Lapicki

Human rights activists from Zhodzina submitted a supervisory complaint to the Chairman of Minsk regional court Valery Kraiko pointing out rude procedural violations, negligence of the Constitution and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) in the case about violation of the right to freedom of peaceful assembly in Zhodzina.
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2010 14/06
Зьміцер Салаўёў, Наваполацак

Zmicier Salaujou, Navapolatsak

Human rights defender Zmitser Salauyou received an answer to his complaint to the Navapolatsk Town Procuracy, signed by prosecutor A.Ausiuk. Mr. Salauyou states that the facts that are set forth in this letter are a provocation.
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2010 09/06
Leanid Sudalenka, Homel

Leanid Sudalenka, Homel

The Homel human rights defender received an answer from the Constitutional Court to the application that had been submitted by him and Anatol Paplauny. In this document, the applicants asked the court to adopt a ruling aimed at the direct implementation by courts of the universally accepted principles and norms of international legislations and the international treaties ratified by the Republic of Belarus.
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2010 07/06

The amendments to the Belarusian election code provide a mixed response to the recommendations made by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission.

This is said in a joint legal opinion of the two organizations released on June 4, Regnum news agency reports. Continue reading »

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