Ivan Zaytsaw, an activist of an opposition youth group called Maladaya Belarus, was sentenced on Monday to a fine of 1,750,000 rubels ($580) over an incident in Homyel earlier this month.
New Life Church has no intention of paying the huge penalties that have recently been imposed on it for alleged environmental damage and is ready to defend its prayer house and its leader Vyachaslaw Hancharenka, the Protestant community's lawyer, Syarhey Lukanin, told
Mikhail Pashkevich was sentenced Thursday to a fine of 1.4 million rubels ($470) after he and other activists of the "Tell the Truth!" campaign delivered a petition to the education ministry earlier in the day, BelaPAN
The four opposition activists who were arrested in Minsk on July 27 were sentenced to fines in their trials on Thursday, BelaPAN reports.
Kanstantsin Zhukowski, an opposition candidate in the April 20-25 local elections, will stand trial on May 20 for allegedly insulting a police officer at a polling station.
Seven people arrested during Saturday’s Slavic Gay Pride 2010 procession in Minsk were each sentenced to a minimum fine of 17,500 rubels ($6)...
Opposition activist who put white-red-white flag on Christmas tree sentenced to three years in prison with probation
In addition, Kavalenka was ordered to pay 1,222,000 rubels ($410) to the city’s street lighting company in compensation for alleged damage to toy snowflakes...
Anatol Lyabedzka was sentenced to a fine of 1,050,000 rubels ($350) at his trial Thursday in Valozhyn, a city some 40 miles northwest of Minsk, for “disobeying a lawful order from an official on duty”.
Alyaksey Kuznyatsow, leader of the Vitsyebsk city chapter of the Belarusian Popular Front’s youth wing, was slapped with a fine of 200,000 rubels ($93) as a judge of the Kastrychnitski District Court found him guilty of organizing and holding an unauthorized demonstration on March