Hanna Sunhurava

manager, volunteer, sentenced to 3 years of home confinement, released

Date of birth: 23 November

Date of detention: 25 September 2020

Charges indicted:

Part 2 of Art. 293 of the Criminal Code — Participation in riots

Sentence: 3 years

Penalty: restricted freedom under home confinement ("domashnyaya khimiya")

Judge: Sviatlana Charapovich

Hanna Sunhurava

Hanna Sunhurava is a manager at a furniture company. Hanna participated in the post-election protests and helped other protesters get home after dispersals and detention. She was detained on September 25.

Hanna was called a suspect under Part 2 of Art. 293 of the Criminal Code, "participation in riots."

She is the mother of three children.

On April 20, 2021, Judge Sviatlana Charapovich of the Pieršamajskaha District Court of Minsk sentenced Hanna Sunhurava to three years of restricted freedom (so-called “home khimiya” or home confinement). She was found guilty of committing a crime under Article 342 of the Criminal Code (organization or active participation in group actions that grossly violate public order). The convict was released in the courtroom to await an appeal hearing.

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