Dictator’s hysteric about boycott
14:50, — Politics
Once again the leader speaks about ”destabilized situation” and scheming of ”external enemies”.
Speaking for the press on Saturday in Minsk, Aliaksandar Lukashenka focused primarily on the coming “parliamentary election”. According to him, the opposition should not boycott the “election” but “struggle to the very end”, Interfax reports. However, the dictator didn’t specify what the “end” the election farce will be like.
“Had it been the actual opposition, they would have struggled to the very end for the power, for the nation’s interests. But this is the fifth column, they act for the benefit of certain powers, some of which are located outside our country”, the leader said.
The dictator has once again accused opponents of the regime of trying to “overturn” the country.
In his speech, he also urged not to rush with selling Belarusian enterprises to foreigners. At the same time he emphasized that “decent Russians” can participate in this process.
“Let’s not sprinkle ashes upon our heads and hurry to give away everything to foreigners. Let’s have a look at our people. Then we have the Russians, too, decent Russians. Not decent people are not welcome here; they know my attitude to this, my politics. And there are plenty of decent people. We’re speaking about billion dollar investments,” Lukashenka said.
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