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Requirements for written applications from citizens

In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Belarus of October 15, 2007 № 498 "On Additional Measures for Working with Appeals of Citizens and Legal Entities", the Law of the Republic of Belarus of July 18, 2011 "On Appeals of Citizens and Legal Entities":

- appeals are presented in Belarusian or Russian.

- written appeals of citizens should contain:

name and (or) address of the organization or position of the person to whom the appeal is sent;

surname, first name, patronymic (if any) or initials of a citizen, address of his place of residence (place of stay) and (or) place of work (study);

statement of the essence of the appeal;

personal signature of the citizen (s).

- written appeals of legal entities must contain:

name and (or) address of the organization or position of the person to whom the appeal is sent;

full name of the legal entity and its location; statement of the essence of the appeal;

surname, first name, patronymic (if any) of the head or a person authorized to sign appeals in the established manner;

personal signature of the head or a person authorized in the prescribed manner to sign appeals certified by the seal of a legal entity.

- The text of the appeal should be readable. Handwritten references should be written in clear, legible handwriting. It is №t allowed to use obscene or insulting words or expressions in appeals.

- documents confirming their authority are attached to written requests submitted by representatives of applicants.

- appeals should contain information on the results of their previous consideration with the application (if any) of documents confirming this information.

A№nymous appeals, that is, appeals by applicants that do №t indicate the family name, first name, patronymic (if any), or the initials of the citizen or the address of his place of residence (place of stay) and (or) place of work (study) or name of legal entity (full or abbreviated) or its location, are № subject to consideration if they do №t contain information about the forthcoming, committed or committed crime.