News on 5.06.2012
21:31, — Politics
The politician commented on the results of the round table dedicated to the “parliamentary election”.
17:20, — Politics
Sending off journalists from the round table discussion did not help the leaders of the opposition movements.
16:21, — Politics
The Leninski district court of Hrodna began hearing the case against Renata Dzemenchuk, the vice chairperson of the Union of Poles.
15:39, — society
This is recognized in the Minsk city executive committee.
15:01, — Politics
The Maskouski district court of Minsk heard a case of National Bolshevik Dzyanis Sakhar on June 4.
13:08, — Politics
Lukashenka signed scandalous amendments to the law on the fundamental measures to prevent child neglect and juvenile delequency.
12:58, — Politics
An activist of Our Home civil campaign, Tatsyana Yakauleva, was detained in Orsha on suspicion of terrorism.
12:57, — Politics
The employers’ group had blocked discussion of some of the worst cases of worker rights violations at the annual ILO conference in Geneva.
12:46, — society
Czeslaw Shulga believes that Belarus should not be ashamed of sex tourism.
12:39, — Politics
The Council of Intelligentsia organized the round table discussion.
12:17, — Economics
US DOC to begin second review on rebar from seven countries.
12:16, — Politics
Belarus and China plan to study mutual experience and establish cooperation in the area of human rights protection.
12:08, — Politics
Federation Council of Russia, according to Lukashenko, rescues him from the sanctions of the West.
12:05, — Nuclear power plant in Belarus
This was stated by the head of the combined company ASE NIAEP, Valeri Limarenko, at the IV International Forum "Atomexpo 2012" on June 4.
12:03, — Politics
Belarus will partake in informal dialogue of the Eastern Partnership member states will take place in Chisinau on 5 June.
11:39, — society
A villager took a family hostages and killed a girl demanding to meet with top governmental officials.
11:38, by Jana Kobzova, Tomas Valasek, Centre for European Reform — Politics
Vladimir Putin's re-election as Russia's president, and his absence from recent summits of the G8 and NATO, indicate a hardening of Russian attitudes towards the West.
11:34, — Politics
The Foreign Ministry of Belarus will do its utmost to get the court ruling against the belarusians in Libya revised.
11:33, — society
The district authorities decided to destroy the library in the village of Prypernaye. This made the local inhabitants angry.
11:27, — Politics
Young Front activists were evicted from a flat and their belongings were taken by police while they were serving term in custody.
11:20, — society
Chairperson of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of Russia has become a professor emeritus of the Belarusian State University.
11:17, — Politics
The International Labour Organization (ILO) still have claims to Belarus.
10:56, — Politics
Nothing was told about the results of this scrupulous check-up which lasted more than a month.
10:45, — Politics
The Board of Belarusian Institute of Strategic Studies issued a statement to condemn the jail term imposed on the institute’s academic director, Alyaksey Pikulik.
10:32, — Politics
Young activists of UCP handed out flyers in Brest to highlight their concerns about the country’s electoral procedures.
9:31, — Politics
Russia continues to comment on Vladimir's Putin visit to Minsk.
9:15, — Politics
The Central district tax inspection issued this resolution.
9:10, — Politics
Alyaksandr Lukashenka may travel to Ecuador after or before his visit to Venezuela that is scheduled for June 26.