Ivan Shyla, an electioneering agent of a Salihorsk candidate for the Parliament, Viktar Malochka, has received an answer from the Central Election Commission to his appeal against the ruling of the Salihorsk District Executive Committee “To determine places for mass events, organized by candidates for the Parliament in the Salihorsk district, in the notification order”.
In the morning of 4 September an electoral meeting with Ivan Sheha (a candidate of the Belarusian Popular Front Party) and Mikhail Karatkevich (a candidate of the Belarusian Leftist Party “Fair World”) were to have taken place at the engine yard of the “Synkavichy” enterprise in the Zelva district. The local mechanics knew about the meeting, which was to have take place before the beginning of the working hours.
Viktar Tsiareshchanka managed to get registered as a candidate for the Parliament only after applying to the Supreme Court. Now he also has to apply to the Central Election Commission in connection with some issues: the late registration limited his opportunities in comparison to his rivals: ten days of agitation period have passed already, and the time for TV and radio appearances is running out.
Two days after a candidate for the Parliament Aliaksandr Kabanau had passed his electoral program “Lukashenka is a deadlock. Fair elections are a way out of this deadlock” to the Biaroza district state-owned newspaper “Mayak” he received a telephone call from the chief editor, Aliaksandr Ivanou, who blankly demanded that the title of the program be changed, saying that otherwise it wouldn’t be published at all.
Alena Famina, a candidate for the Parliament at Vitsebsk-Horki election constituency #17, faced an unpleasant situation on her return from Warsaw where she visited her son. At first the Belarusian custom's officers examined her belongings right I the carriage, then set her down the train and conducted a personal examination, proposing her to voluntary declare some money.
Ivan Sheha (Belarusian Popular Front Party) and Mikhail Karatkevich (Belarusian Leftist Party “Fair World”) who run for the Parliament at election constituency #58 came to Zelva to specify the details of their meeting with the electors at the district Culture Palace. A meeting with another candidate, Ala Sopikava, has been appointed there well in advance, and appropriate posters have been posted as well.
On 29 August, Baranavichy human rights defender Siarhei Housha received a reply from the Central Election Commission signed by Lidziya Yarmoshyna, saying that his appeal against alleged violations by the town’s election commission would be investigated by police.