– All the guilty will be punished sooner or later – announced prosecutor Szwied, quoted by the BiełTA agency. – Not a single blogger, not a single person who has committed a crime not only in illegal activities, but also on the Internet, will not escape responsibility – he said.
As he pointed out, the public prosecutor’s office initiates additional measures to stabilize the situation in the country, the most important of which is “to ensure the inevitability of punishment for the organizers and participants of the protest, as well as reimbursement of material costs by the guilty.”
– As of today, a precise algorithm of cooperation (of various state institutions – PAP) has been established in order to determine the value of damages. The approach is one: you come in for an illegal action, you will pay a penalty. And a big one – announced Szwied.
The second direction, according to him, is drawing consequences towards underage parents, “drawn into illegal actions”. – Information about them is to be transferred to care institutions or prosecutors – he indicated.
The third point is work with young people, which will include “Enhanced preventive and ideological activities in the youth sphere”.
Szwied said that active efforts are underway to establish the identity of participants and organizers of the protests. “In the next few months, the public will learn about them through open trials in criminal cases,” he said.
Szwied has served as the prosecutor general since September 9, replacing the dismissed Alyaksandr Kaniuk.
There is a risk of administrative and criminal liability for blocking car traffic, a spokeswoman for the Belarusian Interior Ministry warned on Thursday and announced checks related to blocking streets during Wednesday’s protests.
Checks are being carried out in connection with blocking streets in various parts of the city on September 23, Wolha Czamadanawa announced in a statement.
She pointed out that the structures of the road militia are working to identify drivers who have created near misses and bring them to administrative responsibility.
The spokeswoman recalled that “deliberate road blocking is punishable by administrative and criminal liability” in the event of exceptionally large damage or death.
In an earlier communiqué, the Ministry of the Interior said that on Wednesday evening, groups of people and private cars “repeatedly blocked the road.”
On Belarus protests have been underway since August 9 against the rigging of the election results, which according to official results was won by Alexander Lukashenko, who won 80.1 percent of the vote. votes.
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