News on 19.06.2012
18:35, — Politics
The OSCE conference on Internet freedom took place in Dublin on 18-19 June.
17:20, — Politics
New checks over the case of a Belarusian human rights activist are being carried out.
16:41, — Politics
The authorities take the forthcoming “parliamentary election” seriously because they don't know how the situation may develop.
14:43, — Economics
Lukashenka dreams Hugo Chavez and he will create facilities in Venezuela to produce fertilizers in hope to conquer the Latin America market.
14:40, — Politics
International organizations expressed the need for urgent intervention in the case of arrested human rights defender.
14:33, — Politics
According to UCP deputy chairman Lev Margolin, the party will nominate about 50 candidates for election.
13:43, — in the world
Two Russian football fans wanted in connection with an attack on stewards have been detained as they tried to cross the Polish border into Belarus.
13:27, — Politics
Belarus’ delegation will participate in the UN conference on sustainable development (Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on 20-22 June.
13:10, — Politics
The first round of “parliamentary election” will cost 9 million dollars.
12:48, — Politics
Andrei Shyshkin, the editor-in-chief of Rahachou-based newspaper Svabonaya Slova, is going to dismiss journalist Syarhei Serhiyenka.
12:24, — Economics
Warehouses keep 243% of average monthly production output.
12:21, — Politics
The Interior Ministry of Belarus refuses to say the status of Bakiyev and his family members in Belarus.
11:52, — Culture
Andrei Kureichyk thinks that it was like the war declaration.
11:45, — Politics
On June 18, activist Ryhor Hryk received a letter signed by Kastyukevich, a deputy chairman of the Baranavichy city executive committee.
11:31, — Politics
The first hearing over Harry Phanyaila's lawsuit against the Interior Ministry is scheduled for June 19.
11:19, By Nickolaj Nielsen, EUobserver — Politics
The EU has said it does not rule out adding more people to its Belarus sanctions list so long as repression continues.