Policemen confiscated nothing. At Prosecutor's Office in Astravets district Ulasevich was trying to find out the reason of search, as he was not home at that time.
Public activist Nikolay Ulasevich, who lives in the village Varniany of Astravets district, suggests that the search could be connected to leaflets, which were distributed in the district to support him.
On November 30 the court of Ashmyany will consider the claim of an entrepreneur to Ulasevich for a libel. Ulasevich himself claims to have evidence of the entrepreneur and local authorities' corruption. Ulasevich says he wrote to police about this more than once.
Ulasevich has recently applied to the Supreme Court asking to punish the head of state for his decree Nr 418 "On the location and design of a nuclear power station in Belarus". The activist thinks the document contradicts the Constitution, which reads that the territory of Belarus is a nuclear-free zone and the country is a neutral state. The Supreme Court refused to open a criminal case against Alyaksandr Lukashenka.