A number of Belarusian oppositionists, including former presidential candidates Uladzimir Nyaklyaeu and Mikalai Statkevich, fined by the court of Tsentralny district of Minsk for organizing not sanctioned by the city authorities of the action, say on the last working day of the week the local media.
last Sunday the Belarusian opposing political force held in the center of Minsk an unauthorized street protest in which participants were persuaded not to post in the Republic the Russian military base and ignore the presidential election eleven of October. The police officers made administrative reports about the organizers of the event, but they did not want to sign them. In the police Department of Minsk has told that the actions of the organizers will be developed legal assessment.
As emphasized in the message, Nyaklyaeu, Statkevich, who stood for election in 2010 for the highest office, fined allegedly for 520 dollars each. Before the last working day of the week a similar fine was appointed the leader of the United civil party Anatoly Lebedko.
The leader of the movement "Razam" (Together) Vyachaslau Siuchyk, not so long ago returned to Belarus after a few years of living in Ukraine, presumably, fined $ 620.
Other Activists of the event, including an activist of the movement "for Freedom" Ales Taustyka, an artist Alyaksei Marachkin, the public activist from Kobryn Alyaksandr Mekh, will be required to pay smaller fines - from 210 to 415 dollars.
in mid-September, the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian defence Ministry and foreign Ministry to hold dialogue with Minsk and up to sign the agreement on creation in Belarus of a Russian aviation base. Later, the Leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he had not discussed with Russia the question of the establishment within the Republic of the Russian airbase.