In the evening on 4 December a policeman came home to the deputy chairman of the Razam movement Ales Makaeu who wanted to have a conversation with the activist.
It looked like the topic for the conversation that never happened would have been the celebrations of the Slutsk armed insurgency, Belarusian Partisan reports.
On 1 December the activists of the BPF party and the Movement For Freedom went to the places connected with the Slutsk insurgency. The trip was organized by the Razam solidarity movement.
The BPF party applied for a meeting in Slutsk on 1 December but did not receive a permission.
The trip started with policemen from Kopyl district visiting the memorial cross. They wrote down the bus’ identification number, the passport data of Ales Makaeu. However they did not cause any other problems to the celebrations.
The action’s participants made the route Grozau-Semezhava-Vyzna visiting places connected with the insurgency.
The deputy chairman of the Razam movement Ales Makaeu participated in the event together with his sons 13-years old Yan and 11-old Danik.
The wife of the activist Kristina noted that in the evening on 4 December a policeman visited them at home (most likely from the Minsk’s Moscow police department) who wanted to talk to her husband. But Ales Makaeu is currently under a therapy outside the country together with his sons.
The policeman stated that he was going to meet Ales Makaeu by all means.