If the part of presidential candidates will continue to call for unauthorized actions, "the police will take action to respond."
This was stated by head of the Prosecutor General's Office to oversee the implementation of legislation and the legality of legal acts Pavel Rodionov.
On He said, existing legislation in Minsk — "liberal": to hold a rally, a presidential candidate need only two days to announce his intentions in Minsk city executive committee.
According to BelaPAN, a representative of the Prosecutor General said that to hold public events banned in October Square, Independence Square, Victory and Kolas, underpasses, subways, and on some other sites.
This ban, said Rodionov, applies not only to November 24, but on December 19.
The representative of the Prosecutor General's Office reported that the Central Election Commission sent a copy of warning about the inadmissibility of violation of the legislation made by the presidential candidates Nikolai Statkevich and Vital Rymasheuski.
"Now, the Central Election Commission will examine all the circumstances and may decide on bringing Statkevich and Rymashevsky to justice," — said Rodionov.
He declined to answer the question, can it be considered an unauthorized party mass rally of presidential candidate Vladimir Neklyaeva, who also attended the October Square in the evening of November 24. Prosecutor General's Office, said Rodionov, primarily assesses the actions organizers.
Rodionov also failed to answer the question why Statkevich and Rymashevski not involved in the management responsibility for organizing an unsanctioned event. He did not rule out that this has influenced their current status of the presidential candidates.
The question of the participation of the presidential candidates Vitaly Rymashevsky and Nikolai Statkevich unsanctioned actions of the CEC will consider on November 30.
In accordance with the electoral law in respect of the candidates for president of the CEC may issue a warning or decide to cancel their registration.