administrative case

Another administrative case filed against jailed Hrodna blogger Vadimati
Blogger Vadzim Yermashuk aka Vadimati is reported to stand trial over an administrative case for the fourth time.
Three months in jail for ‘extremist’ news in private messages: Married couple listed as political prisoners
On Tuesday, the Belarusian human rights community has recognised Syarhei Krupenich and Anastasiya Krupenich-Kandratsiyeva, a young couple from Minsk, as political prisoners.
71 days in jail: Married couple arrested for 5th time in row for ‘extremism’ in private messages
On September 10, Syarhei Krupenich and Anastasiya Krupenich-Kandratsiyeva, a married couple from Minsk, were not released from the detention centre again, human rights activists report.
‘Propaganda of Nazism’: Babruysk journo fined over sharing video on web
On Monday, Babruysk-based journalist Uladzimir Repik was tried in a local court. Now the journalist is free.
Since March 1 courts fined 55 mothers over 116K rubles
The police detained more than 250 women under new articles for participation in peaceful protests in Belarus
Woman fined for wearing white and red colors on Freedom Day
Irina was fined 90 basic units (2,610 rubles)
Political activist Mikalai Kazlou says he was tortured in jail
Responsibility for torture lies with the TDF management and Interior Minister Kubrakou.
‘Participating in protests’: Minsk court fines man who delivered McDonalds food
Last week, OMON riot police grabbed Alyaksandr, a delivery man at, not far from Pushkinskaya metro station in Minsk.
Belsat cameraman Zmitser Soltan released from jail. Police beat him
On Tuesday, our colleague Zmitser Soltan walked free after having served 15 days of administrative arrest. Today he got out of the remand prison in the Belarusian town of Zhodzina.
UCP Chair Kazlou to stand trial for refusing to sign nondisclosure pledge
He had been summoned to the Investigative Committee several times before.
Belsat journalist Katsyaryna Andreyeva to face another trial
She will be tried in three administrative cases.