Pro-Lukashenka police accuse political prisoner Marfa Rabkova of running criminal anarchist organisation
The Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case under Parts 1 and 2 of Article 285 of the Criminal Code over ‘establishiing an international criminal anarchist organisation which consists of a number of extremist groups banned in Belarus’, the notorious GUBAZiK/GUBOPiK (Main Department for Combatting Organised Crime and Corruption) reports on its official Telegram channel.
Minsk police detain anarchist movement activist
On March 19, the police detained Belarusian anarchist and former political prisoner Mikalai Dzyadok at 21:25 in Chaikina street in Minsk.
Over 100 famous people sign open letter in support of convicted anarchists
The signatories consider the punishment of Yemelyanau and Komar to be excessively harsh and disproportionate to what they have done.