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7.12.2012

They threaten with Interpol for refusing from dactylography

12:59, — Politics

They threaten with Interpol for refusing from dactylography

The Ministry of Interior undertakes new tricks in order to force people to agree for their fingerprints to be taken.

This time the authorities and the Ministry of Interior frighten people with Interpol.

As the sources in the Ministry told Belarusian Partisan, they discuss a possibility and reasonability of a legislative bill for the Belarusian parliament which would increase the responsibility for the people who did not go through the obligatory dactylography. As one of the tough measures it is suggested to claim internationally wanted the people who are abroad and avoid a dactylography.

If the bill does not pass then the talks of it would at least frighten a part of the obstinate Belarusians, the authors of the idea believe.

More than 3.5 million people have so far not had their fingerprints taken. The Ministry of Interior complains that all these people are the Belarusian who went to work abroad.


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