News on 16.07.2012
15:22, — Politics
Lukashenko heard out a working report from Sergei Gurulev, Chairman of the State Defense Industries Committee.
15:19, — Politics
Lithuanian Prime-Minister Andrius Kubilius met with Natallia Radzina, the editor of ñharter97.org.
14:34, — Politics
An activist of European Belarus civil campaign was brutally beaten up by officers of the security department.
13:34, — Politics
Trial over a complaint of human rights activist Aleh Hulak was postponed until July 20.
13:20, — society
Questioning Air Defence Efficiency after Bear Drop Is Adequate Reaction, Rapota Says.
12:57, — Politics
Once again Lukashenko tells stories about “open and honest elections” and counts on their recognition.
12:55, — Politics
The Hrodna regional court refused to hear complaints lodged by the BPF party regarding formation of constituency election commissions.
12:01, — Economics
Belarus will not avoid the negative consequences in the monetary sphere in case of deep crisis of Eurozone.
11:47, — Politics
The photographer was detained on July 13. His relation to the Swedish teddy bears is being checked now.
11:03, — Politics
The head of the Belarusian Central Election Commission (CEC) again complains at OSCE work.
10:44, — Politics
Anarchist Ihar Alinevich “is inclined to violent behaviour and is likely to escape”, the administration of the penal colony in Navapolatsk thinks.
10:34, — Politics
Anton Surapin, the editor of Belarusian News Photos website, was detained by the KGB for three days and is supposed to be in a detention facility.
9:44, — Politics
An activist of European Belarus civil campaign is accused of disorderly conduct and delivering stickers.
9:36, — Politics
Executive posts in constituency election commissions in Brest were given to former and acting representatives of the local authorities.
0:46, Andrzej Poczobut, especially for charter97.org — Politics
An anecdote was popular during the times of stagnation about how Soviet chiefs were solving one problem in different ways.