Three questions for Aleh Haidukevich (Photo)
13:43, — Politics
Young Front activists released an appeal to the head of Frunzenski district police department.
In connection with the rapid evolution of Syarhei Haidukevich's Liberal Democratic Party of Belarus (LDPB) in a direction of “destructive opposition”, we'd like to put some questions to new party deputy head Aleh Haidukevich, mfront.net writes.
Aleh Haidukevich retired from the Ministry of Internal Affairs on August 31 having chosen political career.
What did Aleh Haudukevich really do in his office?
More than a hundred of opposition activists went through Frunzenski district police department since 2009 till 2012. They were people from European Belarus campaign, those detained for post-election protests in 2012, among those people involved in “December cases”, Young Front activists sentenced to multiple terms in custody in 2012 and activists of social networking websites.
In view of above-mentioned facts, we'd like to ask the first question.
1. Mr Aleh, being a public politician, would you like to apologize for your illegal orders to your staff, for trumped-up police reports and dispersals of peaceful rallies, like that on July 6, 2011?
It's an interesting fact that unlike his son, party leader Syarhei Haidukevich was among the first people, as he says, to admit there are political prisoners in Belarus and demand their release (January – February 2011).
Human rights activist Valer Shchukin is sure that Haidukevich left the Ministry of Internal Affairs not because he had a dream to become a politician, but due to proceedings against sadist Linkus. Dinas Linkus is a former deputy head of Frunzenski district police department. Shchukin thinks Haidukevich hid his crimes for a long time.
Major Linkus was sentenced to four years in prison for beating his subordinate on the fifth day of hsi work in Interior Ministry's security department in Hrodna. He was transferred to Hrodna from Minsk after having been involved in several scandalous stories. He was suspected of raping. Linkus used to detained political activists, including Shchukin.
2. Mr Aleh, how would your voters regard friendship between LDPB deputy head and sadist Linkus?
“Opposition can be different”
“There is an opinion in Belarusian society that an opposition member is an unhappy offended person suffering in prison or at rallies and getting baton strikes.
But opposition can be different.” Let's not argue about batons with a professional. Let take a closer look at the “different opposition”.
A perfect picture for Haidukevich is a role of the “constructive opposition” in the “parliament”, where the LDPB will sit next to the communists, Lyakovich's party and , for example, Belaya Rus. After the “parliamentary elections”, this illusion seems to be as far as never before.
3. What is your attitude, Mr Aleh, towards looking at the country from the other side of bars according to a good Belarusian opposition tradition?
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