Andrei Papou from Homel, an activist of the organising committee to create Belarusian Christian Democracy party, has lost his job.
He was employed by Metallopolimer firm as a mechanic for a probation period.
“Our wages were delayed for no reason in late October. I told it to journalists and the information appeared on the Internet. The firm managers learned that it was I who said about the delay and chose to terminate employment relationships with me,” Andrei Papou said to Viasna human rights centre.
Metallopolimer firm produces polyethylene equipment, thermoplastic parts and non-standard metal structures.
Andrei Papou already lose job due to his active position. He worked at a woodworking enterprise where worst workers were displayed on the so called board of shame. The activist demanded to stop using this practice that insults human dignity. He was fired as a result.