All day rain, the temperature of +11 C +9-
Do not pass:
Minsk. Court Partyzansky: continuing the criminal proceedings against protesters December 19, 2010 Andrei Sannikov, Ilya Vasilevich, Oleg Hnedchyk, Theodore and Vladimir Mirzayanava Eremenko.
Minsk. October district court: the continuation of the criminal proceedings against Pavel Vinogradov, Ales Kirkevich, Andrei Sannikov, Dmitri Drozd, Andrew Protasenya and Vladimir Homichenko.
Minsk. Frunze district court: the beginning of criminal cases, Vladimir Neklyaev, Vitaly Rymashevsky, Andrei Dmitriev, Alexander Feduta, Anastasia Palazhanka and Sergei Wozniak.
THERE WHERE HAVE NO:
Kaliningrad, a meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Germany and Poland.
Istambul, 21 Women's World Forum
Jakarta, First Business Summit ASEAN-EU
ALSO IN THIS DAY:
1816 — Charles Augustus of Saxe-Weimar, presented the first German constitution.
1949 — Statute of the Council of Europe was signed in London by representatives of Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. Members of the Council expressed their commitment to freedom and the principle of the rule of law. Celebrated as Europe Day.
1954 — in a military coup in Paraguay came to power Alfred Stresner.
1818? Karl Marx, German philosopher and economist
1819? Stanislaw Moniuszko, Belarusian composer
1831? Vladislav Borzabagaty, rebel Novogrudskii county commissioner in 1863, a member of the Paris Commune, memoirs
1846? Henryk Sienkiewicz, Polish author
1936? Vasiliy Yakovenko, the Belarusian writer
1960? Yuri Belenky, Belarusian politician
1821: Napoleon I Bonaparte, the French revolutionary army general, First Consul of the First French Republic, Emperor of the French
There is a reason:
International Day for the rights of disabled
International Day of the Midwife
Belarus — Press Day
Denmark, the Netherlands — Liberation Day
Kyrgyzstan — Constitution Day
Lukashenko will not give Bakiyev
Quote to remember:
The brutality characteristic of the laws dictated by cowardice, as cowardice may be energetic, but if it is tough. It is easy to be a saint when you do not want to be human. In politics, for the sake of a certain purpose can even form an alliance with the devil himself — only need to be sure that you spend the devil, and the devil you do not. History repeats itself — first as tragedy, then as farce.