Police seized copies of the newspaper Comrade

Dmitry Yanenka, deputy head editor, said:
"Policemen uttered us that they received timely information that the paper is printed in Smolensk, not as it is listed in the output, and elsewhere. We showed all police documents that confirm the printing specifically in Smolensk. But police uttered that their operational information important documents and took the entire edition, which this time was in the editorial office. "
Dmitry Yanenka also said that this room "Companion" one hundred percent devoted to "Social march." Specifically it, in his opinion, and it became a prerequisite for confiscation, as the authorities fear mass exodus of people to the streets.
• «Belpochta" and "Belsoyuzpechat" refused to distribute "Comrade", 30.08.2006

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