Under house arrest in Belarusian

In a criminal case on the riots in Minsk on December 19 accused 38 people. 29 of them are in jail, two under house arrest and seven released on bail: Vitaly Rymashevski, Andrey Dmitriev, Sergei Wozniak, Vladimir Kobets, Natalia Radin, Oleg Korban and Anatoly Pavlov. As they adapt to life in a new environment?

Presidential candidate Vitaly Rymashevski released from prison of the KGB in the late hours of last year. The press conference, which he planned to hold soon after, he was banned from all of the same KGB. Mr. Rymashevski calls it exceeded the requirements of the conditions on his own recognizance. He also said, there were other restrictions for the past month:

I think that fear does not make sense, so I will go …

"When I gave on his own recognizance, there was such a strange thing did not specify whether outside Minsk, then its other borders. I went to see my parents in Bobruisk, but reported it to the investigator. How will I be allowed a trip to Belarus — a big question.'s see, as people in the regions are asked to meet, and I think it makes no sense to be afraid of, so I will go. "

The head of the election headquarters of presidential candidate Vladimir Neklyaeva Andrey Dmitriev in its release of "American" became the target of government harassment of the media, his name appeared in a series of materials, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" "Behind the scenes of a conspiracy," and in the propaganda film "area. hardware on the glass." And after his release from prison Andrey Dmitriev remained under the supervision of the KGB:

The fact that you can not speak freely what you want — it is a heavy moral pressure for a normal person …

"January 19, I had a" preventive "talk to the KGB. Then I wanted to come to the rally of solidarity, and that we are concerned that it is not necessary to file a lawsuit against the" Sovetskaya Belorussia "and what you need to think about where you go and what you say. Also addition, it seems to me that the fact that you can not freely leave the territory of Minsk, that you can not speak freely what you want — it is a heavy moral pressure for a normal person. "

The site editor "Charter 97" Natalia Radin left prison under recognizance not to leave a few days ago. She has to be supervised by a policeman at the place of registration — in Kobrin, where her parents. From local law enforcement, and she managed to find a list of new restrictions on their actions:

"There was the usual speech with a warning that I have no right to leave Kobrin without notice to the investigator that needs to be all the time connected, that to me will come to the district. They also stressed that they have no right to forbid me to engage in professional journalistic activities, but at the time of investigation, I must refrain from value judgments. And yet, when I warned that will be coming local policeman, and another thing, when you come and take away — that's hard. "

We got a subscription to behave in ways that help to get out of prison all political prisoners …

Another freed on bail, an activist of the "Tell the Truth" Sergei Wozniak four days on the loose twice in the KGB for interrogation. He says that fulfills all the requirements of KGB investigators to convince them that there is no reason to keep behind bars the other defendants in the criminal case on the events of December 19:

"I'm behavior indicates that it is not going to hide and to impede the investigation. And I hope that here are my conduct will help ensure that the decision was made and our other colleagues who are now in prison, that they also changed the measure of restraint. Therefore, we who have a subscription to behave in ways that help to get out of prison all political prisoners. "


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