New Belsat program investigates corruption

This will not be shown on Belarus state TV. You will learn about corruption, violations of the law at the highest level and what is being hidden from our new program “Let’s Deal With It”. It premiered on 12 April as part of the information news section of “Belsat”.

The program is created in collaboration with the international journalist organization that investigated and published in 2016 the shocking “Panama papers” – information about financial fraud, involving heads of state and famous people from around the world.

Stanislau Ivashkevich, author and host of the “Let’s Deal With It,” was the first to investigate the famous scam used by the Belarusian authorities to earn a lot of money through re-exports of Russian oil products under the guise of solvents. Stanislau was not yet working with “Belsat” at the time.

“Our editorial office regularly receives messages on corruption, high-level law violations and other hidden facts that shed light on the events and processes taking place in Belarus and affect every one of us,”  said Stanislau Ivashkevich.


Stanislau Ivashkevich

Thus came the idea of making a program dedicated to investigative journalism. Last year, Stanislau Ivashkevich received training from the people who worked with “Panama Papers”. They agreed to hold a series of joint investigations in Belarus. The first of these will be about the construction of the Astravets NPP.

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