After the holiday — again, the courts

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May 10 will resume three trials of participants in the post-election protest in Minsk on December 19, 2010.

In partisan district court of Minsk anovitstsa case against the former presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, and also against Ilya Vasilevich, Oleg Hnedchyk, Fedor Mirzayanava and Vladimir Eremenko. Sannikov accused of organizing and participating in mass disorder, he faces up to 15 years in prison. The others accused of involvement in the riots. According treats 2 of Article 293 of the Criminal Code, they face up to eight years in prison.

In the court of the Moscow district of Minsk will the third day of the trial Dmitry Doronin, Sergey Kazakov, Vladimir Loban, Vitali Matsukevich, Eugene secret, Oleg Fedorkevichey. All of them are accused of involvement in the riots.

Frunze district court of Minsk will continue to review criminal cases against former presidential candidates Vladimir Neklyaeva and Vital Rymasheuski, activists and their staffs Andrey Dmitriev, Alexander Fyaduta, Anastasia Palazhanka and Sergei Wozniak. All of them were charged under Part 1 of Article 342 of the Criminal Code (organization and preparation of activities that breach public order or active participation in them). According to this article, they face up to three years in prison.

A May 11 in the Leninsky district court of Minsk will start to consider criminal charges against former presidential candidates Statkevich and Dzmitry Us, and also against Andrew Pozniak, Alexander Klaskouski, Alexander Kvyatkevicha, Artem Gribkova, Dmitri Bulanov, who are accused of involvement in the riots.

On the same day in court Condo district of Minsk process started over co-produced by the Belarusian Christian Democracy Paul Seviarynets, journalist Irina Khalip, his wife and confidant of presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, and Sergei Martseleva, who, during the last presidential campaign led election headquarters of presidential candidate Nikolai Statkevich. All three were charged with organizing and training activities that breach public order or active participation in them.

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