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Pavel Sevyarynets says he deliberately did not pay membership fees in protest to Belarusian PEN's pro-LGBT stance.
Pavel Sevyarynets’ arrest, April 5 / svadoba.org
The opposition politician was detained on Friday when he was trying to talk to the workers removing the crosses around Kurapaty.
Photo: Pavel Sevyarynets’ Facebook
Activist Pavel Sevyarynets says more than a dozen crosses were brought down and it looks like a test provocation.
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He was detained preventively on February 26. No trial for the opposition activist since initial detention.
Pavel Sevyarynets. Photo: svaboda.org
Pavel Sevyarynets, charged with disobedience to the police, will stand trial on Thursday.
Pavel Sevyarynets, his wife Volha and son Francisak in court. Photo: social networks
Opposition activist Pavel Sevyarynets gets 10 days in jail and thus is prevented from staging a rally on 9 September.
Pavel Sevyarynets. Photo: Belsat.eu
The Belarusian Christian Democracy leader may have been detained preventiveky ahead of the 9 September protest.
Belarusian Christian Democracy party co-leader Pavel Seviarynets. Photo: svaboda.org
Activist Pavel Seviarynets is released after a 10-day arrest, says HIV positive people must be kept separately.
The Kurapaty defenders today were invited to the Ministry of Culture.
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