News on 14.11.2012
16:45, — society
The policeman Ruslan Sinitsyn, who did not take the fingerprints of Dzmitry Kanavalau was released from prison.
16:34, — Politics
Mikalai Dzyadok can be sent to a closed prison after he leaves a solitary cell.
16:05, — Politics
A picture of Lukashenka from the beginning of his political career appeared on the internet.
14:45, — society
Now much do Belarusians earn according to the official calculations, and what are the number for the citizens of the neighboring countries.
14:43, — Politics
A court in Homel issued a fine of 2 million rubles to Uladzimir Syakerka, a regional coordinator of Fair World Party.
13:47, — Politics
The initiative belongs to Russian human rights activist Andrei Yurov, who is banned from entering Belarus.
13:27, — Politics
The demands of the European Union and Poland remain unchanged.
13:22, — Politics
News release of goverment of island is issued in respect of the asset-freezing measures taken against Belarusian authorities.
13:00, — Politics
The chairman of the committee on foreign affairs of the Lithuanian Seimas comments on Belarusian dictator's insulting remarks about Lithuania.
12:39, — Economics
In order to pay Russia back for the manipulations with solvents Belarus may sell 20% of the shares of the potassium works, the economist believes.
12:18, — Politics
The original initiative was made in the UN by representative of the official Minsk.
12:11, — Politics
Journalists interview with the Polatsk opposition member accused of "state treason".
11:52, Andrzej Poczobut for charter97.org — Politics
Soon the isle of stability, celebrated by the state propaganda, will turn into a real “hot spot”.
11:51, — Politics
Belarusian KGB made a statement regarding the detention of a Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) activist.
10:18, — Economics
Holders of Belinvestbank cards found they have a negative balance.
9:59, — Politics
The Ministry of Energy of Russia estimates the losses caused by solvents smuggling by Belarus at $1.5-2.5 billion.
9:28, — Freedom of speech
Belarus provides troubling examples of a backslide on media freedom issues in Europe.