21 persons on ‘armed militants’ case list


The Belarusian State Security Committee (KGB) released several people over the case of so-called ‘organizing mass disorder’, but arrested others.

About 30 persons – former members of the defunct sports and patriotic organization White Legion, state-authorized sports and military club PatriotYoung Front activists as well as people who are not associated with any organizations, landed up in jail after Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s words about ‘armed militants’ posing a threat to Belarus.

As of April 5, the list of defendants in the case consisted of 21 people, HRC Viasna reports. 17 of them have allegedly faced charge under Article 293-3 of the Criminal Code (‘instructing or training persons for participation in mass riots’) . If convicted, they may face up to 3 years in jail.         

  1. Andrey Byalyauski, detained 21.03.2017
  2. Alyaksei Abramau, detained 21.03.2017
  3. Viktar Danilau, detained 21.03.2017
  4. Zmitser Dashkevich, detained 22.03.2017
  5. Andrey Dundukou, detained 21.03.2017
  6. Alyaksandr Zimnitski, detained 29.03.2017
  7. Ivan Kavalchuk, detained 23.03.2017
  8. Andrey Komlik-Yamatsin, detained 21.03.2017
  9. Syarhei Kuntsevich
  10. Miraslau Lazouski, detained 21.03.2017
  11. Viktar Maroz, detained 03.04.2017
  12. Міkalai Mikhalkou, detained 24.03.2017
  13. Yan Mikhalkou, detained 21.03.2017
  14. Dzmitry Novik, detained 21.03.2017
  15. Yauhen Paltarzhytski, detained 21.03.2017
  16. Syarhei Palcheuski, detained 22.03.2017
  17. Tsimur Pashkevich, detained 21.03.2017
  18. Uladzimir Rumyantsau, detained 21.03.2017
  19. Syarhei Strybulski, detained 21.03.2017
  20. Uladzimir Fyodarau, detained 29.03.2017.
  21. Ales Yaudakha, detained 21.03.2017

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