A protocol for giving an interview to an independent television channel on the eve of the March of Disgruntled Belarusians 2.0 has been drawn up against the politician.
Uladzimir Niakliayeu, one of the leaders of the Belarusian National Congress, is accused of "calling for holding a mass event, which has violations in its organization." The politician wrote about it on Facebook.
Uladzimir Niakliayeu noted on the air of the Belsat TV channel on October 16, that "if there is a will to defend our rights, we must go and defend them."
According to Uladzimir Niakliayeu, the police expected that he would take part in the March of Disgruntled Belarusians 2.0, but the politician was not there. Therefore, he was accused of "calling for a rally."
– But what call are they talking about? There is nothing here except for "the implementation of severe liberalization," – the politician commented on the absurd decision of the authorities.
The trial will begin at the Leninski District Court of Minsk at 10 am on November 1.