News on 15.06.2010
20:38, — Politics
The Belarusian authorities have been given five days to determine how to pay the debt for Russian gas.
18:11, — Politics
The Belarusian ruler said foreign troops should be pulled out of Iraq.
17:24, — Politics
Activists of the civil campaign European Belarus held some actions against censorship on the Internet.
16:52, — Politics
The United Civil party has received a letter from Andrei Bandarenka, who had been sentenced to 7 years of deprivation of liberty and serves the sentence in the correctional colony number 2.
15:44, — Politics
The General Prosecutor’s Office has adopted a decision not to extradite Kurmanbek Bakiyev to Kyrgyzstan.
15:22, — Politics
About ten activists of the civil campaign Tell the Truth were detained during handing out appeals to prospective students in Minsk on June 15.
14:23, — Politics
The Belarusian MPs haven’t discussed the date of the presidential elections yet.
14:05, — Politics
The leader of “European Belarus” Andrei Sannikov has visited Barysau on a working visit.
13:46, — Politics
Minsk regional court has declined the appeal of the prosecutor’s office against the judgment of acquittal to a member of “New Covenant” congregation, who had been accused of draft evasion.
13:24, — Politics
The head of the Ministry of Defense said Lukashenka would sign decrees on each case of using the CSTO collective forces.
12:06, — Economics
Belarus’s external debt reached $22.24bn on April 1.
12:00, — Economics
In January-April Belarus decreased import of Russian oil by 41% as compared to the analogous period of the last year.
11:33, — Politics
The escaped dictator of Kyrgyzstan has held a press-conference in Minsk, which was called “extraordinary”.
11:11, — Army
This year despite the tradition established by the Belarusian dictator, Belarus will mark the official Independence Day without a military parade.
10:33, — Politics
In Navapolatsk police investigates a criminal case related to neo-Nazi writings which had emerged in the city. In the framework of the investigation they hold searches at the places of human rights activists.
9:11, — Politics
What it the funniest thing is that Putin didn’t feed Lukashenka in Moscow. “They didn’t eat. They were talking about business,” the Russian PM’s spokesman said.
8:50, — Society
The “house of representatives” adopted amendments to the law on military service in the second reading.