Young Front's Uladz Yaromenak to go under 3-months arrest on December 11
The activist of the "Young Front" (Czech Republic) is obliged to appear in Pershamaiski district police department on that day.
He will be delivered to the pre-trial detention center #1 in Valadarski Street from there. The Young Front activist will serve his three-months arrest for breaking the rules of the preventive police control, BelaPAN informs.
On August 20, the Pershamaiski district court of Minsk sentenced Yaromenak to three months of arrest. On November 12, Minsk city court left the sentence in force.
Yaromenak was under a criminal case on mass disturbances in Minsk on December 19, 2010. He was sentenced to three years of imprisonment in a reinforced security colony. However, in August 2011, Yaromenak was released under Alyaksandr Lukashenka's pardon decree. A preventive police control was imposed on Uladzimir Yaromenak, the activist stood trial twice after that.
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