Belarusian opposition promised mass protests against Lukashenko


During the election campaign and presidential election in Belarus, to be held in the summer of 2020, mass opposition protests will be held.


This was stated by Pavel Sevyarynets, co-chair of the unregistered party “Belarusian Christian Democracy”.

According to the opposition, the current president, Alexander Lukashenko, who is in power for the sixth term and is planning to go for the seventh, should leave.

The Belarusian Partisan portal quotes Sevyarynets’s words:

His support, according to our data, is from 12 to 18 percent. What a seventh term, people are already here! He himself said: if you say “enough” - I will leave. Let's go out with all the people and say: “Enough! Go away! ”


The trouble with the Belarusian, as well as with the Russian opposition, is that, in terms of “all the people” and “we all come out and say,” the opposition does not really have the support of the majority of the country's citizens and this is especially evident during the vote.

It can be safely assumed that these 12-18 percent that Sevyarynets spoke of are not Lukashenko’s support, but at best everything that the Belarusian opposition can count on.

Recall that Lukashenko announced his intention to run for the next term in November 2019.

At the same time, despite his statement that he “will not hold onto the chair with blue fingers”, there is no other real candidate who could compete with him.
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  1. GRF Offline
    GRF 20 February 2020 12: 52
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    Enough, go away - against whom they are protesting - I understood (although this cannot be! It’s good there, but it’s bad here, they wrote recently in the comments) ... and who is offered in return? And what ideas does he have, what plan or just a beautiful face with the slogan on the poster?
    But is he sure that his plan will improve the life of Belarusians?
    And for failure to fulfill his plan, how is he going to answer?
    And for the successes - how will the Ukrainian top managers of Naftogaz write their own prize?
  2. 123 Offline
    123 (123) 20 February 2020 13: 40
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    If anything, they will again say "pro-Russian Lukashenko" winked
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      Caretaker (Leonid) 20 February 2020 20: 26
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      Quote: 123
      If anything, they will again say "pro-Russian Lukashenko"

      Specify, are you on the side of the opposition considered in the article or the current Belarusian government?
      1. 123 Offline
        123 (123) 20 February 2020 20: 32
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        Specify, do you support the opposition considered in the article or the current Belarusian government?

        I do not support either one or the other. None of them bring anything good to Belarus. Some will pull it into Europe and turn it into today's Ukraine. The other will hold on to his crown with his teeth, and the country will be bent, as a result, again an analog of Ukraine. Simply, if these “patriots” seize power, they will scream that the “pro-Russian” Lukashenko is to blame for everything, as now about Yanukovych.
        That's clearer?
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          Caretaker (Leonid) 20 February 2020 21: 05
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          Quote: 123
          I do not support either one or the other. None of them bring anything good to Belarus.

          In this situation, the position "neither ours nor yours" will fail.
          During the war, the “Vlasovites” advocated the “liberation” of abstract Russia (ROA) and at the same time helped the Nazis against real Russia (USSR), justifying their actions with an insult to Soviet power.
          By the way, the Norwegian military, after the occupation voluntarily joined the SS, with a blue eye proved that they are fighting for the interests of Norway as part of the SS!
          It seems that your hatred of Lukashenko is based on the rejection of socialism as a system, the elements of which have survived in Belarus. His personal qualities and actions are secondary to you.
          I suppose that you write about the same thing about other statesmen and organizations of a socialist or communist orientation, both existing and former.
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            123 (123) 20 February 2020 23: 28
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            In this situation, the position "neither ours nor yours" will fail.

            And which of them is yours? winked

            During the war, the “Vlasovites” advocated the “liberation” of abstract Russia (ROA) and at the same time helped the Nazis against real Russia (USSR), justifying their actions with an insult to Soviet power.
            By the way, the Norwegian military, after the occupation voluntarily joined the SS, with a blue eye proved that they are fighting for the interests of Norway as part of the SS!

            Thanks for the excursion into history hi What are you getting at?

            It seems that your hatred of Lukashenko is based on the rejection of socialism as a system, the elements of which have survived in Belarus.

            You still, maybe, try to make my psychological portrait? First, socialism and capitalism have shortcomings, where there are more of them - is still unknown. In my opinion, the system should be mixed, that is, capitalism with elements of socialism or, if you like, the other way around. Do you think this is hate? Secondly, to call Belarus socialist is incorrect. The public sector makes up about 70% of the economy. Guess who owns the remaining 30% and is it possible to call the state, where a third of the economy is in private hands, socialist? As far as I remember, private ownership of the means of production under socialism is not welcome. The remnants of the socialist system are not dismantled just because of subsidies, because the country's economy is ineffective, it just keeps afloat. Due to limited potential, it is not capable of developing independently.
            Well, 70% of the father’s economy is personally led by himself, appointed, removed, planted by directors, inspected by the cowsheds, and negotiated with the oil industry on gas. As for Lukashenko himself, why should I hate him? Rather, in the light of recent events, I am beginning to despise him.

            I suppose that you write about the same thing about other statesmen and organizations of a socialist or communist orientation, both existing and former.

            Let's try about the former, Yeltsin, Gorbachev, Shevardnadze, the list goes on. Is it about them that I should respond with warmth and respect? no By the way, almost the entire new “ruling class” was formed from yesterday's communists and Komsomol members. Who do we have today? Millionaire Communist Grudinin? Or Zyuganov’s "cadres", which are already openly called the "commercial party of Russia."
            In order to find out what I am writing, it is not necessary to use deduction, I will tell you a secret that you can read all the comments. yes Have fun, enough for the first time. hi
  3. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) 21 February 2020 08: 35
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    So far we have not asked ... Belarus, like Ukraine, we urgently need to put our protege there until the Yankees have set their own, and then we say goodbye to Belarus. Time no longer waits, and there is nothing to talk with But father, but simply to explain to him his prospect for the future, that Rostov is not rubbery, and that the Hague Tribunal awaits him after his overthrow. A regent from the Belarussian encirclement, devoted to Russia, is the best way out for Russia, and pestering Father Butsk will retire to Taganrog, and let him consider this the crown of his happiness for old age, because he can push his son Kolya in his place, he will become .
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      Caretaker (Leonid) 21 February 2020 18: 50
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      Quote: Valentine
      Regent from the Belarusian environment, devoted to Russia - this is the best way out for Russia

      Perhaps you wanted to write (suggest) "a devotee of Russia"?
      Do not wait!