Sergei Belyazeku checked for insulting the President

Sergei Belyazeko received a message that prosecutors Railway area checks to see if it appeals to the administration insults Alexander Lukashenko.

The audit was initiated by the Vitebsk Regional Prosecutor's Office after, as an activist sent to the Administration of the President of some letters. In one of them, written at the end of 2009, Sergey Belyazeka asked A.Lukashenko deprive him of his Belarusian citizenship and sent out of the country, as in Soviet times, exiled dissidents in Belarus since violated his civil rights.

If the Head of the Department of Citizenship and Migration Aleksei Begun said Sergei Belyazeku, that the legislation of Belarus does not provide for waiver of Belarusian citizenship, the latter has sent to the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Belarus has two appeals.

Now they are redirected to the Department of Internal Affairs of the Vitebsk Oblast Executive Committee, where Mr. Belyazeka was told that the treatment "was left without consideration on the merits, because it contains bad language and insults."

Sergei Belyazeko posted to the Internet their views on a possible criminal case under article 368, "insulting the president of the Republic of Belarus." If activist convicted, he faces a fine, correctional labor for up to two years, six months before the arrest, restriction or deprivation of liberty for a term of two to six years.

Prior to Sergei Belyazeku was tried only for taking part in opposition actions and punished by fines.


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