Alexievich about Lukashenka: get out of here, before it's too late!

The Nobel prize for literature winner Svetlana Alexievich has called in their homeland of Belarus's authoritarian President, Aleksandr Lukashenka to resign. "

Alexievich about Lukashenka: get out of here, before it's too late!

The Nobel prize for literature winner Svetlana Alexievich has called in their homeland of Belarus's authoritarian President, Aleksandr Lukashenka to resign. "Get out of here before it's too late!" the 72-Year-old said in an Interview with radio Svoboda (Radio Free Europe). "From my point of view, of the apparatus of power has declared the people's war."

Nobody was able of such violence imagine. "We shot at a car in which a small child is present, everything is full of blood, it will hit a pregnant woman, Arrested be choked with the knee," said Alexievich. On Wednesday, women in human chains were closed to the truth to claim about the presidential election of Sunday.

The writer expressed a doubt with a view to the "inhumane actions" of the special police OMON in the capital, Minsk, that these are forces from Belarus. Possible use of Russian OMON forces would be. "It seems to me that the Belarusian guys can not take on their mothers and sisters," she told the station. In smaller cities, the OMON officers held back on.

human chains against police violence

In the night to Thursday had in many cities inBelarus many people for a resignation of Lukashenka demonstrated. In several independent channels to the messaging service Telegram was to be seen on Videos of how people in Minsk, Grodno and other cities have called on Lukashenka to stop the violence and surrender. There were dozens of arrests and several injured. At the same time, solidarity with the protesters is growing. In Minsk more than 100 Doctors were against violence. In many places, human chains were formed against police violence and against electoral fraud.

Updated Date: 13 August 2020, 05:19

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