Belarusian court rejects complaint against the detention of Babariko

The Central district court in Minsk dismissed the complaint of lawyers of the applicant for the post of President of Belarus Victor Babariko on detention policy, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, one of its defenders Alexander pylchanka has.

Earlier, the lawyers of Babariko filed a series of complaints to the Prosecutor General of the Republic, including on his detention and the denial of access to it defenders during the first interrogation in the Department of firesleeve of the state control Committee (SCC) of the Republic.

"The court dismissed the appeal," said pylchanka has.

According to him, the court of Tsentralny district of Minsk took place on Wednesday, it passed in the closed mode. As noted pylchanka has planned to appeal this court decision to the Minsk city court.

To the question: are the lawyers of Babariko to visit him in the KGB remand prison, the lawyer said that such efforts are undertaken daily, but "jail is quarantined, so no visitors allowed".

In June at the head office of Belgazprombank were searched. This Bank for 20 years headed Babariko, which is involved in the presidential election slated for 9 August. The state control Committee of the Republic said that on the basis of BGB acted organized criminal group, the conclusion of money abroad. KGC has initiated a criminal case on articles about the tax evasion and money laundering obtained by criminal means.

The eighteenth of June, was detained by Babariko and his son, the head of the electoral headquarters of Edward. All in all, about 20 people were detained, including top managers of the Bank. The case materials were transferred to Prosecutor's office, which opened another criminal case against the defendants in the "case of Belgazprombank" because the Department felt that their actions created "a real threat to the national security interests" of the country. Further investigation of the case entrusted to the KGB. Father and son Babariko placed in the KGB detention center, they were charged with, but the articles have not been disclosed.