Belgazprombank case

Viktar Babaryka sentenced to 14 years of imprisonment
On July 6, the Supreme Court of Belarus passed a verdict in the case of Viktar Babaryka, a former head of Belgazprombank and might-have-been election opponent of Alyaksandr Lukashenka.
Year passes since arrest of might-have-been presidential candidate Viktar Babaryka, his son Eduard
Viktar Babaryka was standing a good chance to win the 2020 presidential election in Belarus, but he was taken into custody and barred from running for presidency.
Another hearing of Babaryka's case begins
There was a break since the end of February.
Associate calls on Belarusians to vouch for KGB-jailed presidential hopeful
Maryia Kalesnikava, a coordinator at Viktar Babaryka’s campaign office, has urged Belarusians to contribute to mitigating pre-trial restrictions imposed on the imprisoned might-have-been presidential candidate and his son Eduard.
Another search of house of Viktar Babaryka’s son
On June 25, law enforcers raided the house of Eduard Babaryka’s house in Minsk district again, his girlfriend Alyaksandra Zverava reported said on Facebook.
‘Forcible takeover’. Authorities get bank linked to Lukashenka’s rival under control
Nadzeya Yermakova, a former chairperson of the National Bank of Belarus, has been appointed Head of the provisional administration of Belgazprombank.
Belarus authorities suspect Lukashenka’s electoral competitor of ‘illegal activities’
The Financial Investigations Department (part of the State Control Committee) suspects former head of Belgazprombank and wannabe presidential candidate Viktar Babaryka of being complicit in illegal activities, Chairman of the State Control Committee Ivan Tsertsel said on Friday.