The court in Lublin, Poland refused to give Belarus Alexander K. entrepreneur entrepreneur who believes that the Belarusian authorities to pursue his opposition activities of his father, can not rely on an objective process in the country, — the "Dziennik Wschodni".
— The court, in addition to criminal procedural aspects figured out, whether in Belarus to respect human rights, — said the press secretary of the District Court in Lublin Arthur Azimek. — He came to the conclusion that the process in this case indicates bias tamoshnego justice. Decisions taken in respect of Alexander K., containing neither evidence nor motive.
— This is the third decision in this matter: the first time the court has agreed to extradite the second time agreed to it, — said the lawyer Belarusian Andrew Lyatah. — These provisions were repealed. I'm glad the third time the court granted the defense arguments and agreed not to extradite the businessman to the Belarusian side.
The matter of extradition to Belarus Alexander K. stretches from the beginning of 2007 and is one of the most longest of its kind in Poland. The Belarusian side suspects him of cheating on the border: that it is on the basis of forged documents intended to transport goods across the Polish-Belarusian border without paying duties and taxes.
According to their calculations, he must pay 23000000 rubles duties and taxes. In 2006, Belarus has been issued a warrant for the arrest of a businessman and a request for his extradition. Now Alexander K. has a business in Poland and lives in Biala Podlaska. Its future depends on the extradition court in Lublin.
History businessman laid out on the website of the initiative "Free Belarus", advocating for the protection of human rights in Belarus. Alexander K. claims that he had been persecuted after, like his father, which in 2004 he was Chairman of the Electoral Commission in Brest, refused to sign a fraudulent election protocols. Sam Alexander K. financially helped the Belarusian opposition.