As reported by the Interfax news agency, at a briefing Head of Department for Supervision over the implementation of laws and legality of legal acts of the Prosecutor General Pavel Rodionov said that "at these sites post information that is not consistent with the law. Specifically — calls for participation in unsanctioned events."
Moreover, P. Rodionov said that visitors to these sites in their comments often made statements that "insulting the honor and dignity of other citizens, including government officials. "
The representative of the prosecutor's office said that the restriction of access for government agencies, educational institutions and culture, "the state should not finance those sites which are contrary to the law," — he explained.
Moreover, He said that the restrictions will not apply to an internet cafe and private users.
P. Rodionov also stressed that such a decision in relation to other online media will not accept. "At present, the prosecutor's office there is no material evidence of violation of the legislation in other media" — he said.
According to a survey conducted by the Interfax correspondent today, access to the "Charter 97" and "Belarusian partisan" was blocked in the majority of Belarusian universities, the Academy of Sciences, ministries, departments, and even the KGB. At the same time, some cultural institutions, particularly the Ministry of Culture, access to these resources was. In the Attorney General's Office assured that they have access to the "Charter 97" and "Belarusian Partisan" is.