Katsiaryna Salauyova

Katsiaryna Salauyova is the member of  the Young Front. She was born in 1988 in Wiesprem (Hungary), on the shores of Lake Balaton, in a military family. In the early 90’s, her family moved to the city Lepiel in the Vitebsk region, Belarus. She began her studies at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Polotsk. In January 2008 she was expelled from the University due to her involvement in the Young Front activities.

Chronicle of repression

On 8 April 2008 judge Morozova of the court in Polotsk charged Katsiaryna under the article 193, part 1 of the Criminal Code (acting on behalf of an unregistered organization) and sentenced her to a fine of 50 minimal wages. During her speech in the court Salauyova said: “As for whether I plead guilty or not – if a desire to revive Belarusian language and culture, to establish a market economy in the country, to introduction fair elections can be called a criminal offense, I really am guilty and I plead guilty.”

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Other political prisoners

  • Vincuk Viachorka
  • Andrej Zhukavec
  • Katsiaryna Salauyova
  • Jauhien Vaskovich
  • Valiery Shchukin