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25.03.2017

Protests ended without beginning. Freedom Day 2017 in Minsk
Protests end without beginning. Freedom Day 2017 in Minsk All these days, suspects in the terrorist attack in the UK were being arrested. Already more than a dozen people were held by the police. The head of the anti-terrorist division of the Greater London reported that arrests are made on the basis of searches, but did not specify how the detainees were linked to the attack. Perhaps it will be revealed during the proceedings. And, as far as we know, some have already been released. In Belarus, those suspected of preparing armed provocations on March 25 Freedom Day were also detained this week.

20.03.2017

March 15 detentions in Minsk legal: protesters violate law on mass events
March 15 detentions in Minsk legal: protesters violate law on mass events The United States authorities decided that protesters are forbidden to wear masks back in the middle of the 20th century. In the first place, this measure was designed to fight the Ku Klux Klan movement. Many recollected this measure in the early 2010s when the streets of many American cities were flooded with members of the Occupy movement.

17.03.2017

Belarus' Interior Ministry explains detentions during March 15 rally in Minsk
Belarus' Interior Ministry explains detentions during March 15 rally in Minsk Person detained on March 15 during the rally against Decree No3 grossly violated the law on mass events and resisted the police, said the Interior Ministry March 16. Law enforcement officers acted strictly within the law, and the law is fairly loyal to such violations. European and US experience shows that one can get a year's jail term if a person's face is covered during a protest.

10.03.2017

Belarus President: Preventive work should be practical and effective
Belarus President: Preventive work should be practical and effective The law enforcement system in Belarus should be as effective and optimal as possible, said President Alexander Lukashenko on March 10 at a meeting to review the operation of law enforcement agencies in 2016 and optimization of the law enforcement and judicial system. Invited at the meeting were more than 250 participants. Over the past 10 years, crime in Belarus has fallen by almost half. This is a good result.

04.03.2017

Celebrations held in honour of the 100th anniversary of Belarusian police
Celebrations held in honour of the 100th anniversary of Belarusian police Belarusian police celebrates its 100th anniversary on March 4, 2017. Celebrations on this day take place all over the country. The main events were held in Minsk. A ceremonial parade of Belarus Internal Affairs police units passed through the centre of Belarus capital. More than 1,000 people took part in the parade. In his address to Belarusian policemen, President Alexander Lukashenko emphasized, that Belarusian law enforcement bodies successfully keep up the high level of law and order in Belarus.
President Lukashenko congratulates law enforcement officers on the 100th anniversary of Belarusian police
President Lukashenko congratulates law enforcement officers on the 100th anniversary of Belarusian police The best work evaluation of the Belarusian police is the trust of Belarusian citizens. This was stated by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko at the special event dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Belarusian police. The best policemen and veterans of the internal affairs bodies were invited to the ceremony.

25.02.2017

100th Anniversary of Belarusian Militia
100th Anniversary of Belarusian Militia A new souvenir sheet “100th anniversary of Belarusian Militia” was issued on February 24, 2017. There are two stamps in the souvenir sheet, printed by using a special technology of thermal stamping by metalized foil of golden color. The print quantity is 15.000 souvenir sheets. Belarusian Militia will celebrate its 100th Anniversary on March 4, 2017.