National Bolshevik activist gets custody term
10:44, — Politics
Dzmitry Paliyenka, an activist of the National Bolshevik Movement, has been sentenced to 13 days in custody.
Activist Dzmitry Paliyenka was taken to a detention centre to serve a 13-day term for “disorderly conduct”.
Charter97.org has learnt it from human rights defenders.
His whereabouts and legal status was not clear for the last two days. Courts and departments of the Interior Ministry denied that Dzmitry had been detained.
As it found out later, Paliyenka was detained in Minsk on March 24 for unknown reasons.