Authorities open a criminal case against organizers of today's protest action


A criminal case has been opened in association with the public unrest on December 10 in Minsk, Aliaksanr Naydzenka, a deputy chief of Minsk City Police Department told the participants of an unauthorized rally of entrepreneurs on Independence Square.
He gave three minutes to the people so that they clear the place, reports Belapan. In the beginning of the action, police warned opposition leader Alexander Milinkevich that he personally could be held responsible for staging an unauthorized event.