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13 days in jail – first sentence for non-freeloaders’ march

Photo: Minsk's Pershamayski District Court

The first sentence for the yesterdays’ non-freeloaders’ march has been pronounced at Minsk's Pershamayski District Court. Yauhen Dzyatkoski has been jailed for 13 days, rights defender Uladz Labkovich reports one social media.


Dzyatkouski was found guilty of petty hooliganism and disobedience to public officers.


Lizaveta Prakopchyk detained near the metro has been jailed for the same term. According to the police, the girl was swearing and did not react to remarks, the website Viasna reports.

Syarkei Matskoits has been jailed for 15 days.