The “Nasha Niva” newspaper editorial is going to appeal to the Minister of Defense of Belarus Leanid Maltsau and go to law in order to contest the scandalous bans on getting their newspaper by subscription in the army, the newspaper’s Web-site www.nn.by informs.
Youth Leader Ivan Shyla who was expulsed from a school for political reasons and then drafted to the army by force may now complete his secondary education in Poland.
The United Democratic Forces will prepare anti-crisis campaigners, aimed at promoting the UDF Anti-crisis program among the population of Belarus.
A “Young Front” activist Ivan Shyla addressed to the Minister of Education of Poland Katarzyna Chal with a request to permit him to take the only remaining final exam in English in order to be able to get his school leaving certificate.
The Ministry of Justice denied registration to the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party, Radio Liberty reports. Reasons of denial are still unknown.
Law Enforcement Officers from Piershamayski City District Police Department as well as several removal men have carried out the propriety from the private apartment, rented by “Za Svabodu” civil movement, led by Alaksandar Milinkievich.
Belarusian opposition faces financial difficulties because of discontinuation of inflow from abroad, Interfax news agency reports.
The leader of “Za Svabodu” civil movement has delivered a number of arguable statements.