Vasiljevic considers reasonable warning defender

Prosecutor General of Belarus Grigory Vasilevich considers reasonable official warning Chairman of Human Rights Center "Viasna" Ales Bialiatski.

This is stated in a letter to the Prosecutor General, who received a human rights activist.

"The activities on behalf of political party, other Public Association, religious organization or a foundation that did not pass in the prescribed manner the state registration, contrary to the law Republic of Belarus"- Writes Vasilevich.

Ales Bialiatski asked for release on February 16, which was passed by the Deputy Attorney General. According to Vasiljevic, the reason for the warning were posted on the websites' statements, speeches, comments on behalf of the head of the human rights center "Viasna" on issues of social and political life of the country. " He recalled that "Spring" is not registered with the Ministry of Justice.

Ales Bialiatski

Ales Bialiatski March 1 sent a letter addressed to the Attorney General, which has once again reminded of the story of the elimination of official registration of "Viasna", related, in his opinion, with the active supervision of the presidential election in 2001. In 2007, the Committee on Human Rights UN recognized the illegal actions of the Belarusian authorities have violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. All three further attempts to officially register the "Spring" were unsuccessful.


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