Marina Nikandrina, a lawyer with the "A Country to Live in" foundation, continues the project “Let's back to the legal track.” This time we will talk about the contractual recruitment system in Belarus.
"A Country to Live in" foundation receives many requests for filing declarations with the tax office. People are afraid that the regime is looking for and finishing off those who are objectionable to the system. Is this so, the Foundation lawyer Marina Nikandrina tried to figure out.
Gleb Anikevich worked in the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs as a specialist in fire and security alarm systems. In August 2020, he witnessed the atrocities of people in uniform on the streets of Minsk. After that, his family faced harassment from the investigating authorities. Gleb fled the country with his family and now, being safe, is ready to share his story.
Every year Belstat publishes a report on the work of all state-owned enterprises. Alisa Ryzhychenko, an expert in public administration and international development, Master of Economics, studied this report closely and came to disappointing conclusions.