Belarus Ministry of Internal Affairs starts checking another rival of Lukashenko :: Politics :: RBC

At the headquarters of Tsepkalo, they answered that there was already a court decision on this issue, which Iggeji did not dispute. The structures affiliated with it were generally forbidden to engage in construction in Belarus due to numerous violations. “Not a single object was completed to the end and was not transferred in the prescribed manner to the customer. Dozens of legal proceedings have taken place or are ongoing in all facilities, ”the headquarters noted. “We can only guess about the motives of the current statement of Mr. Iggeji. We are carefully studying the situation regarding the possibility of filing a lawsuit against Mr. Igdeji for the protection of honor, dignity and business reputation as a result of the dissemination of false information, ”said Tepkalo at the headquarters.

Tsepkalo became the last remaining free representative of the “big opposition three” rivals of Alexander Lukashenko in the August presidential election. Two other members, blogger Sergei Tikhanovsky and former head of Belgazprombank Viktor Babariko, have already been detained. In an interview with RBC, Tsepkalo did not rule out that something similar could happen to him, but assured: “We are simply moving in the political process, doing what is allowed to be done in accordance with the Constitution and the electoral legislation of our country.”

On June 24, Tsepkalo announced that he had handed over 160 thousand signatures to the Central Election Commission with the required 100 thousand. Registration of candidates for the presidential elections, which will be held on August 9, is scheduled for July 5-14.

RBC sent a request to the representative of Valery Tsepkalo.


Police obliged to inform relatives of detainees about their hospitalization :: Society :: RBC

During the day, the police must inform the detainee’s relatives that he was given first aid or hospitalized. For medical reasons, relatives were informed of injuries or death of the detainee.

Photo: Vladimir Astapkovich / RIA Novosti

The government ordered police officers to inform relatives or loved ones of the detainees about their hospitalization or first aid. This is stated in the resolution of the Cabinet, published on the official portal of legal information.

The amendments will supplement the government decree of April 16, 2012 “On approval of the provision on the conditions of detention, food standards and the procedure for medical care of detainees in the territorial bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation”. It says that upon the conclusion of an ambulance doctor, detainees can use medicines that are stored on the territory of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and issued by the police in the manner prescribed by doctors.

Media found out about police empowerment project

Photo: Sergey Vedyashkin / AGN “Moscow”

The new decree supplements this paragraph (No. 27) with a requirement for police officers to inform the relatives or close person of the detainee “as soon as possible” that he was given first aid or about his hospitalization. At the same time, police officers must transmit information to relatives no later than 24 hours from the moment when the person was given first aid or when he was hospitalized. The exception in this case is a serious illness, injury, injury or death of the detainee. In such situations, police officers must transmit information to relatives and the prosecutor “immediately, but no later than 3 hours” (paragraph 28 of the 2012 government decree).


On Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands allowed to hold mass events :: Society :: RBC

View of the city of Kurilsk

(Photo: Sergey Krasnoukhov / TASS)

On Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, mass events were allowed to be held indoors without restrictions on the number of participants and the area of ​​their accommodation. This was reported on the website of the regional government.

“At the same time, the organizers must ensure social distance and the availability of respiratory protective equipment (masks and respirators),” the report says.

Previously, no more than 50 people could gather for mass events in enclosed spaces.

On Sakhalin, prosecutors found violations in payments to doctors for COVID-19

Photo: Andrey Nikerichev / AGN “Moscow”

Authorities have also established new rules for mandatory quarantine for visitors. Now they must observe the observation “for the period established in the order of the official of the body performing the federal state sanitary and epidemiological surveillance”. As the government explained, this will allow an average of five days to be observed (with all the coronavirus tests passed).

Self-isolation for citizens over 65 and people with chronic diseases in the region is extended until July 10.

Earlier in the region they allowed the work of hairdressers, restaurants, cafes, kindergartens, shopping centers.

According to the latest data, 742 patients with coronavirus infection were identified in the Sakhalin Region. According to the map of the abolition of restrictions, the region is at the third and final stage of exit from preventive measures.

The spread of coronavirus Covid-19 in the regions of Russia

Number of confirmed cases of infection

Source: Federal and Regional Anti-Virus Activities

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Özpınar was established on the fault line

The Chamber of Geological Engineers (JMO) reached critical data in the first geological investigation of the earthquake that destroyed many settlements, particularly Kaskol, Gelenler, Güvendik, Özpınar and Bilgeç districts of Van, Başkale District.


In their investigation, it was determined that the most damage occurred and 7 citizens died and that Özpınar Mahallesi was established right on the fault line of the residential area. It was pointed out that the settlements of Güvendik, Gelenler, Bilgeç, Ömerdağı and Kaşkol neighborhoods were established at very close distances to the Başkale-Hoy Fault zone.

The fault line from Iran Hoy to Van Başkale destroyed Özpınar Village with an earthquake.


Aksaray, Aydın, Balıkesir, Bingöl, Bolu, Bursa, Denizli, Erzurum, Eskişehir, Hakkari, Hatay, İzmir, Kahramanmaraş, Kütahya, Manisa, Muğla, Sakarya, Yalova provinces and over 80 districts and 502 villages directly on fault zones. said to be found. Noting that more than 100 thousand buildings are located on these zones, the JMO Board of Directors made an emergency call to the Parliament for 100 thousand houses.