Pensioner threatened with arrest for attempting to meet Lukashenka
12:41, — Politics
Officials promised to make a Babrujsk resident accountable for allegedly not letting them work.
An activist of the initiative against lawlessness in courts Valiancina Kavalenka reported about that to the charter97.org web-site.
“The husband and I applied for a picket under the slogan “Parliament member Mishur does not stand for the rights and interests of people, but pleases the officials”. The thing is that for already 10 years we have been trying to get our son’s criminal case to be reconsidered. Because we maintained a stand the husband spent three years and two months in prison, but was exonerated”, - the woman noted.
She added that she repeatedly addressed municipal deputies for help.
“I had three appointments with a deputy Zhana Mishur, but she did not answer my questions. I have already been warned two times for attempting to meet officials and Lukashenka, but today I will still go to his administration. I was told that if I “not let officials work”, I would be made accountable and sentenced to a fine or short-term imprisonment. To my question what I violate by coming on the visiting day, the authorities remain silent”, - Valiancina Kavalenka.
We would remind that the activists of the civil initiative against lawlessness in courts and prosecutor’s offices were searched in Babrujsk in July.
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