Police besiege National Bolshevik activists
14:06, — Politics
Men in civilian clothes are waiting outside flats of activists of the National Bolshevik movement.
Charter97.org has learnt it from the activists.
“The police besieged the flats of several activists of the organising committee to create the National Bolshevik Party of Belarus. Policemen and unknown men in civilian clothes are waiting outside the flats of Dzmitry Paliyenka, Dzianis Sakhar and Yauhen Kontush. They buzz on the intercom and ring the doorbell from time to time saying the activists should go to a police station,” the National Bolsheviks say.
The activists explain the activity of the police by a recent action against politically motivated prosecutions, when they raised the banner “You cannot jail everyone” near the main entrance to Chelyuskintsy Park.