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General Information

GDP USD63.267bn (World ranking 68, World Bank 2012)
Population 9.46 million (World ranking 90, World Bank 2012)
Form of state Republic in name, (although highly authoritian state)
Head of government Aleksandr LUKASHENKO
Next elections 2016, legislative (Chamber of Representatives)

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Anti Corruption Laws

(Law of the Republic of Belarus No. 244 -Z of 27 June, 2007 Amended as of December 28, 2009 The present Law establishes legal basis of state policy of counteraction to organized crime on matters of protection of the rights and legal interests of person, society and state.)

CHAPTER I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Basic Terms and Their Definitions Used in This Law

The next basic terms and their definitions are used in the present Law:

organized crime – an injurious to the public social phenomenon expressed in creation of organized criminal groups, including bands, criminal organizations, exercising criminal activity, characterized with the features, determined in the Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus;

organization, assisting to the organized group, criminal organization, – an organization, in attitude to which in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Belarus (hereinafter – the legislation) have been received authentic information on deliberate provision of settlement accounts by this organization, manufacturing or other area, vehicles and other technical means to the member (members) of organized group, criminal organization in matters of preparation or exercising of criminal activity, as well as an organization, assisting suppression of vestiges of criminal activity of organized group, criminal organization;

organization, created using the funds of organized group, criminal organization – organization, in respect of which in accordance with the legislation the reliable information that its statutory fund was knowingly formed (increased) with attracting funds received in the result of criminal activity of organized group, criminal organization have been received

Article 2. Legal Basis of Activity on Combating Organized Crime

The legal basis of activity on combating organized crime are formed with the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus, present Law, edicts and decrees of the President of the Republic of Belarus, United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime of November 15, 2000 and its protocols, ratified by the Republic of Belarus, other international treaties, valid for the Republic of Belarus (hereinafter – the treaties) and other acts of legislation of the Republic of Belarus.

If treaty establishes other rules than those provided by the present Law the rules of the treaty should be used.

Article 3. Purposes of Combating Organized Crime

The main purposes of combating organized crime are:

the protection of person, society and state from organized crime;

the prevention, revelation and suppression of criminal activity of organized groups and criminal organizations (their members);

the revelation and elimination of reasons and conditions, assisting rising and development of organized crime;

the barring of penetration of organized crime into the system of state bodies.

Article 4. Principles of Combating Organized Crime

The combating organized crime basis on the next principles:

legality;

respect and following the right and freedoms of a person;

consistency and succession;

inevitability of responsibility;

combination of public and private methods of activity.

Article 5. The Main Courses of Combating Organized Crime

To the main courses of combating organized crime refer:

the prevention, revelation and suppression of criminal activity of organized groups and criminal organizations (their members), exercising:

terrorist activity;

illegal encroachment on human’s health and life;

activity connected with human trafficking as well as sexual exploitation or involving in prostituting;

illegal migration;

theft or illegal turnover of nuclear materials or radioactive substances;

illegal turnover of drugs, psychotropic substances and its precursors, weapons and its ammunition, blasting equipment and explosive substances;

legalization of profits, received illegally;

illegal encroachment on vehicles;

contraband;

manufacturing, keeping or realization of artificial money or artificial securities, manufacturing or realization of other artificial means of payment, as well as other criminal activity;

development of international cooperation, directed on prevention, revelation and suppression of crimes having transnational character.

Article 6. System of Measures for Combating Organized Crime

The combating organized crime is exercised via:

provision of appropriate legal regulation of activity on combating organized crime;

system analysis of processes, occurring in criminal sphere;

planning, organization and coordination of activity of state bodies and other organizations on combating organized crime;

prevention and suppression of financing of organized crime;

improvement of organization and tactics of activity of state bodies, exercising combating organized crime;

improvement of system of information, financial, material-technical and other provision of activity on combating organized crime;

provision of control and supervision over activity on combating organized crime.

CHAPTER 2

ORGANIZATION OF ACTIVITY ON COMBATING ORGANIZED CRIME

Article 7. General Managing the Activity on Combating Organized Crime

General managing the activity on combating organized crime is exercised by the President of the Republic of Belarus as well as the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus within the powers delegated by the President of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 8. State Bodies Exercising Combating Organized Crime

Combating organized crime is carried out by the bodies of internal affairs, bodies of state security and bodies of prosecutor’s offices (hereinafter – the bodies of internal affairs, state security and prosecutor’s offices).

The state respective body on combating organized crime is the Ministry of internal affairs of the Republic of Belarus.

To provide organization of combating organized crime the Ministry of internal affairs of the Republic of Belarus shall:

accumulate information on crime activity of organized groups and criminal organizations as well as exercised abroad the Republic of Belarus;

analyze efficacy of taken measures for counteraction organized crime and submits in the established order proposals on its perfection;

exercise science-methodical provision of activity of special subdivisions for combating organized crime.

Article 9. Special Subdivisions for Combating Organized Crime

The special subdivisions for combating organized crime shall be founded within the bodies of internal affairs, state security and prosecutor’s office in the order established by the President of the Republic of Belarus.

The special subdivisions for combating organized crime while exercising entrusted mission shall have the right:

to engage the staff of law-enforcement, control and other state bodies for participation in special arrangements by agreement with the head of the appropriate body;

to fully or partially suspend for the term of 10 days with prosecutor’s or his deputy’s sanction financial operations of legal and natural persons as well as to restrict the right of property arrangement, if there are sufficient groundings to suppose that funds or (and) other property have been received in the result of criminal activity of organized groups, criminal organizations;

to start before the initiation of criminal proceeding with the prosecutor’s or his deputy’s sanction the examination of finance-economic activity, property status of organization, assisting organized group, criminal organization or founded at the expenses of organized group, criminal organization, as well as property status of natural person in attitude to whom in accordance with the legislation have been received authentic information on his belonging to organized crime;

to freely get to the check points of the State border of the Republic of Belarus and to the places of boundary control having official certificate and pass, given by the State Border Committee of the Republic of Belarus or the heads of territorial bodies of border service of the Republic of Belarus;

to submit, in the order established by the legislation, proposals on entry ban into the Republic of Belarus of natural persons participating in international organized crime, as well as on organization of entry-exit control of natural persons participating in organized crime;

to involve, in the order established by the legislation, experts and specialists to carry out examinations and researches;

to receive from state bodies and other organizations necessary information and documents in the order established by the legislation free of charge;

to submit, in the order established by the legislation, to the state bodies and other state organizations, empowered to execute licensing of separate kinds of activity, statements on annulment of special permissions (licenses) on exercising of appropriate kinds of activity;

to apply to corresponding prosecutor with proposals on bringing an action on considering dealings invalid in the order established by the legislation.

Other rights as well as obligations of special subdivisions for combating organized crime are defined by the present Law and other legislative acts of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 10. State Bodies and Other Organizations, Participating in Combating Organized Crime

The Committee of state control of the Republic of Belarus and its bodies, State customs committee of the Republic of Belarus and customs of the Republic of Belarus, State Border Committee of the Republic of Belarus or other bodies of border service of the Republic of Belarus, Ministry for taxes and duties of the Republic of Belarus and its inspections, Ministry of finance of the Republic of Belarus and its territorial bodies, National bank of the Republic of Belarus and other banks, non-bank credit-financial organizations, as well as other state bodies and other organizations are taking part in combating organized crime within their competence according to the legislation.

Article 11. Coordination of Activity on Combating Organized Crime

Coordination of activity of state bodies exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations participating in combating organized crime is carried out by coordinating meetings on combating crime and corruption acting in the order determined by the President of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 12. Assistance to the State Bodies Exercising Combating Organized Crime, State Bodies and Other Organizations Participating in Combating Organized Crime

State bodies, other organizations and their officials within their competence must assist state bodies exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations participating in combating organized crime by submitting them necessary information and documents.

The officials of state bodies and other organizations must without delay, and if not possible – within three days, fulfill the demands of state bodies exercising combating organized crime on submission of necessary information and documents.

The submission of information and documents containing state, bank or other law-protected secrets shall be exercised in the order provided by the legislation.

Natural persons are entitled on a voluntary basis to assist state bodies, exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations participating in combating organized crime.

Article 13. Cooperation of State Bodies Exercising Combating Organized Crime with Other State Bodies and Other Organizations

The procedure and conditions of cooperation of state bodies, exercising combating organized crime with other state bodies and other organizations shall be determined by them jointly.

State bodies exercising combating organized crime shall exchange necessary information with the bodies of foreign countries, exercising activity for combating organized crime, on the basis of international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 14. Information Provision of Activity for Combating Organized Crime

On matters of collection, storing, summarizing and analyze of information on persons, participating in organized crime, events and facts having attitude to organized crime, state bodies exercising combating organized crime shall create and keep operative stock.

In the Ministry of internal affairs of the Republic of Belarus are kept databanks on state of combating organized crime that are formed on the basis of information submitted by the state bodies exercising combating organized crime. Submission of information from the named databanks shall be exercised in the order established by the Ministry of internal affairs of the Republic of Belarus by the agreement with the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Belarus and State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 15. Responsibility of Organization Assisting Organized Group, Criminal Organization or Founded at the Expenses of Organized Group, Criminal Organization

Organization assisting organized group, criminal organization or founded at the expenses of organized group, criminal organization shall be liquidated on the basis of the Decision of Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus.

The application on liquidation of organization, assisting organized group, criminal organization or founded at the expenses of organized group, criminal organization shall be submitted to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus by the Prosecutor-general of the Republic of Belarus or by his deputy.

Should the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus take decision on liquidation of organization assisting organized group, criminal organization or founded at the expenses of organized group, criminal organization the property of belonging to the liquidated organization left after satisfaction of creditors demands (if not participated in organized crime) shall be revenue of the state.

Article 16. Following the Rights and Legal Interests of Organizations and Natural Persons

Should the state bodies exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations, participating in combating organized crime violate rights and legal interests of organizations and natural persons, these organizations and natural persons have the right to appeal the activity (inactivity) of the named bodies and organizations to the upstanding bodies (organizations), prosecutor or court.

The information on organizations and natural persons that is not connected with their criminal activity, received by the state bodies exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations, participating in combating organized crime is not to be disclosed and the documents and materials consisting it shall be destroyed within three month from the day of their receiving if other is not provided by the legislative acts.

Harm made by illegal actions of state bodies exercising combating organized crime, state bodies and other organizations, participating in combating organized crime (their officials) is to be compensated in the order established by the legislation.

CHAPTER 3

CONTROL AND SUPERVISION OVER THE ACTIVITY ON COMBATING ORGANIZED CRIME

Article 17. Control Over the Activity on Combating Organized Crime

The control over the activity of bodies of internal affairs, state security and prosecutor’s office on combating organized crime is correspondingly exercised by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, the Chairman of State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus and Prosecutor General of the Republic of Belarus.

Article 18. Supervision over Execution of Legislation in the Sphere of Combating Organized Crime

Supervision over uniform and precise execution of legislation in the sphere of combating organized crime is exercised by Prosecutor General of the Republic of Belarus and subordinated to him prosecutors within their competence.

Adopted by the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR on December 29, 1960 Put into force as of April 1, 1961 (with alterations and additions as for May 1, 1994)

Article 169. Receiving of a bribe, that is, a knowingly illegal acceptance by an official person of material values or an acquisition of benefits of the property nature provided to him exclusively in view of his official post for a support or connivance in office, a favourable solution of issues within his competence, or for a performance or a failure to perform in the interests of the person giving the bribe of any action which this person should have or could have performed using his official post – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of up to ten years with the confiscation of property. The same actions committed on a preliminary agreement by a group of persons or repeatedly or if connected with an extortion of a bribe, or receiving of a bribe in a great amount – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of five to fifteen years with the confiscation of property. Actions envisaged by parts one and two of this Article committed by an official person holding a responsible post, or by a person who has been previously convicted for bribery or who has received a bribe in especially grand amount – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of eight to fifteen years with the confiscation of property.

Article 1691. Intermediation in Bribery Intermediation in bribery, that is, a direct passing of a bribe from the bribegiver to the bribetaker – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of two to eight years. Intermediation in bribery committed repeatedly or by a person who has been previously convicted for bribery or who has used his official post – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of seven to fifteen years with the confiscation of property.

Article 170. Giving of a Bribe Giving of a bribe – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of three to eight years. Giving of a bribe repeatedly or by a person who has been previously convicted for bribery – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of seven to fifteen years with or without the confiscation of property. A person who has given a bribe shall be exempted from criminal liability if he has been forced to give bribe or if this person, after the giving of the bribe, has voluntarily informed about the happening. Article 171. Forgery in Office Forgery in office, that is, introduction by an official person or another authorized person of knowingly false information or records into official documents, a falsification, as well as a making or issue of knowingly false documents which have been committed for lucrative or other person interests with no signs of a graver crime – shall be punishable with the deprivation of freedom for a term of up to two years, or corrective labour for the same term, or the dismissal from the post.

Belarus – Know Your Customer (KYC) Rules

There is a general lack of transparency and accountability throughout the Belarusian financial sector. Corruption and illegal narcotics trafficking are primary sources of illicit proceeds. Due to excessively high taxes, an intricate taxation system, underground markets, and the “dollarization” and “eurozation” of the economy, a significant volume of foreign-currency cash transactions eludes the banking system. Illicit proceeds and assets are sometimes laundered in Belarus through the sale of stolen cars using forged paperwork; depositing illicit funds into operating accounts of businesses in the form of contributions increasing authorized capital; the sale of illicitly acquired assets through retail networks; and the transfer of assets to balance sheets of front companies.

The concentration of power in the hands of the Presidency and the lack of a system of checks and balances among the various branches of government are the greatest hindrances to the rule of law and transparency of governance. Economic decision-making in Belarus is highly concentrated within the top levels of government, and financial institutions have little autonomy.

KNOW-YOUR-CUSTOMER (KYC) RULES:

 

Enhanced due diligence procedures for PEPs:

 

A PEP is an abbreviation for Politically Exposed Person, a term that describes a person who has been entrusted with a prominent public function, or an individual who is closely related to such a person. The terms PEP, Politically Exposed Person and Senior Foreign Political Figure are often used interchangeably

    • Foreign PEP: YES
    • Domestic PEP: NO

Belarus – KYC covered entities

 

The following is a list of Know Your Customer entities covered by Belarusian Law:

    • Banks and non-bank financial credit institutions
    • Professional operators of the securities market
    • Persons engaged in exchange transactions, including commodity exchanges
    • Insurance firms and insurance brokers
    • Postal service operators
    • Property leasing firms

Belarus – Suspicious Transaction Reporting (STR) Requirements:

 

Number of STRs received and time frame: Not available

Number of CTRs received and time frame: Not available

The following is a list of STR covered entities covered by Belarusian Law:

    • Banks and non-bank financial credit institutions
    • Professional operators of the securities market
    • Persons engaged in exchange transactions, including commodity exchanges
    • Insurance firms and insurance brokers
    • Postal service operators
    • Property leasing firms

MONEY LAUNDERING CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS/CONVICTIONS:

 

Prosecutions: Not available
Convictions: Not available

ENFORCEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES AND COMMENTS:

In April 2006, the United States issued an advisory to U.S. financial institutions, which remains in effect, alerting them to guard against a potential money laundering threat involving Belarusian government senior regime elements (including senior executives in state-owned enterprises) seeking to move misappropriated Belarusian state assets as well as proceeds from illicit arms sales to or through the U.S. financial system, either acting individually or through government agencies and associated front companies.

In June 2006, the United States imposed targeted financial sanctions on Belarusian government senior regime elements. In addition, in April 2004, Infobank, Minsk (renamed PJSC Trustbank) was designated as being of primary money laundering concern under section 311 of the USA PATRIOT Act. In 2007, the United States imposed sanctions on the state petrochemical conglomerate, Belneftekhim, which U.S. officials believe is personally controlled by President Alexander Lukashenko. On August 11, 2011 the United States imposed additional, new economic sanctions against four major Belarusian state-owned enterprises. These four entities have been determined to be owned or controlled by the Belneftekhim conglomerate. The additional sanctions were in response to continued incarceration of political prisoners and crackdown on political activists, journalists and civil society representatives.

On December 19th, 2011, the European Union Council implemented Regulation (EU) No 1320/2011 relating to the asset-freezing measures directed by the Council of the European Union in respect of Belarus.

The Government of Belarus (GOB) has taken steps to construct a legal and regulatory framework to fight money laundering and terrorist financing, including by strengthening basic customer due diligence (CDD) requirements, introducing special CDD procedures for politically exposed persons, and criminalizing insider trading. Despite these efforts, serious deficiencies remain, and in many instances, implementation falls below international standards.

The GOB sometimes uses the AML law as a political tool against its opposition rather than to fight economic crimes. Further enforcement problems are caused by inadequate training, staffing and funding of the relevant agencies, as well as poor national and international cooperation.

Belarus ranks 143 out of 183 countries surveyed in Transparency International‘s 2011 International Corruption Perception Index.

The GOB should take serious steps to combat corruption in commerce and government. The GOB also should take steps to ensure the AML/CFT framework operates more objectively and less as a political tool.

Risk

Sovereign risk

Fiscal pressures have been kept under control in order to qualify for Russian assistance. The consolidated budget recorded a small surplus in 2013, and may come close to balance in 2014. Securing additional external financing from Russia has so far been made easier by the Ukraine crisis, but a rapid fall in oil prices and the value of the Russian rouble represent indirect risks for Belarus.

Banking sector risk

Erratic policymaking, combined with high inflation, creates a volatile operating climate for banks. They remain exposed in the event of a steep devaluation.

Political risk

The crisis in Ukraine has reduced the risk of political destabilisation in Belarus, not least as it has prompted more aid and financial concessions from Russia.

Economic structure risk

Belarus is dependent on Russia for supplies of crude oil in order to produce refined products and to generate the foreign exchange needed to keep the economic system turning over. A guarantee on the volume of oil supplies over the long term is one of the benefits that Belarus was able to negotiate from Russia in return for joining its Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), which is to begin operating from January 1st 2015.

Travel Risk

Security

The decision to travel is your responsibility. You are also responsible for your personal safety abroad. The purpose of this Travel Advice is to provide up-to-date information to enable you to make well-informed decisions.

Crime

Petty crimes such as pickpocketing, purse snatching and mugging occur, particularly in the cities of Minsk, Grodno, Brest, Gomel, Mogilev, and Vitebsk. Such crimes are especially common after dark in and around hotels and hostels frequented by foreigners.

Theft is common on trains, particularly on sleeper trains. Be vigilant when crossing the border with Poland at Brest due to the risk of mugging.

Theft of luxury cars is common. Park your vehicle in a secure location or guarded lot and always keep valuables out of sight.

Demonstrations

Demonstrations periodically occur in the capital, Minsk, and other major cities in Belarus, following the presidential elections held in December 2010. Clashes with police occur and hundreds of people, including passers-by, have been detained, fined or sentenced to jail terms. Avoid all demonstrations and large gatherings as they have the potential to suddenly turn violent. Follow the advice of local authorities and monitor local media.

Terrorism

On April 11, 2011, an explosion took place in a Minsk subway station, killing 14 and injuring more than 200 people. You are advised to use extreme caution when using the public transportation system.

fraud

Automated banking machine (ABM) card and credit-card fraud is common. Use these cards only at ABMs located inside major banks. If you use a credit card for payment, pay careful attention when it is being handled by others during payment processing and check your statement frequently for fraudulent use.

See our Overseas Fraud page for more information on scams abroad.

Spiked food and drinks

Never leave food or drinks unattended or in the care of strangers. Be wary of accepting snacks, beverages, gum, or cigarettes from new acquaintances, as they may contain drugs that could put you at risk of sexual assault and robbery. Many adult clubs are managed by organized crime.

Road travel

Roads are generally in good condition; however, many may be impassable in winter. Drivers generally have little regard for traffic regulations and do not follow safe-driving practices. Horse-drawn carts are a common road hazard in rural areas. Radar traps are widespread.

The Belarusian government may enforce a requirement for special permits to travel in œprotected border zones. Information defining the parameters of those zones has not been provided. Be alert for warning signs, road barriers or border-guard posts. Do not cross into such areas without permission.

Public Transportation

Use only officially marked taxis and do not share them with strangers. Fares vary greatly and vehicles are often poorly maintained.

Buses and trolleys are poorly maintained and are usually crowded and unheated.

Exercise caution when travelling by train, especially on sleeper trains to Warsaw and Moscow. Store valuables in a safe place and do not leave your compartment unattended. Ensure that the door is secured from the inside.

See Transportation Safety in order to verify if national airlines meet safety standards.

General safety information

Ensure that your personal belongings, passports and other travel documents are secure at all times.

Avoid showing signs of affluence and carrying large sums of cash. Always be aware of your surroundings.

Tourist facilities are limited and only available in the larger cities.

Security authorities may place foreigners under surveillance. Hotel rooms, telephones, fax machines and e-mail messages may be monitored. Personal possessions in hotel rooms may be searched. Foreigners have been expelled from the country for working with Belarusian civil-society groups.

Emergency services

Dial 101 to reach fire fighters, 102 for the police and 103 for an ambulance.

Address Format

RECIPIENT

[STREET_NUMBER] [STREET_TYPE] STREET_NAME [STREET_TYPE] HOUSE_NUMBER [, BUILDING] [, APARTMENT]
POSTAL_CODE, LOCALITY
[RAYON_NAME р-н]
[OBLAST_NAME обл]
REPUBLIC OF BELARUS

Sample

Loutsévitch Ivan Fedorovitch
Avenue F. Skaryna 12, bat.2 , app. 10
220050 MINSK–50
REPUBLIC OF BELARUS

Summary

Belarus GDP Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
GDP 71.71 63.62 71.71 12.14 USD Billion
GDP Annual Growth Rate -2.00 1.50 11.05 -2.00 percent
GDP Constant Prices 38332.80 44637.00 44637.00 30489.40 BYR Billion
GDP per capita 4915.93 4873.38 4915.93 1519.31 USD
Gross Fixed Capital Formation 18994.10 14799.40 20468.40 9065.60 BYR Billion
GDP per capita PPP 17054.56 16906.92 17054.56 5270.87 USD
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