The sad fate of falsifiers.
In Mahiliou, Chairperson of the precinct election commission # 32, director of the kindergarten - secondary school # 12 Maryna Zubarenka, about whom Lukashenka spoke, filed an application to the police. Someone glued leaflets onto the doors of each of the entrances of the high-rise building where she lives. The leaflets call on everyone who meets her to tell the woman, as the chairperson of the precinct election commission, that falsification is a criminal offense. For the third day, Maryna Zubarenka has not slept at home, she walks only accompanied by security.
Maryna Zubarenka told tut.by that she didn’t even see those leaflets “live”. In short, it was like this: on November 13, there was a meeting with parliamentary candidate Ihar Marzaliuk in the secondary school #12.
According to Maryna Zubarenka, those three were in the hall even before the arrival of the parliamentary candidate for deputy and the change of venue, speaking loudly “as if between themselves”. The essence of the phrases was that the elections were dishonest, that everything was falsified, the deputies were puppets and did not decide anything.
- I realized that they just make a provocation and inflame people, set them up negatively. After all this, I myself was a little overwhelmed - the situation still turned out to be unpleasant,” says Maryna Zubarenka.
That evening, she did not go home: it was too late, and she went to spend the night with her daughter, who lives near the school. And in the morning her relatives informed her that the whole entrance and the apartment door were covered with leaflets.
- I haven’t been at home since that day: I'm afraid. I go with security now. Why did anyone need to do this? Why exactly to me? Because the heads of the region and the city vote in our district? I have a suspicion who could do this, because the leaflets were pasted on the night of November 14 - they definitely weren’t there yet the night before, at 10 p.m.. But these are just my suspicions, let the police deal with the whole case,” says the chairperson of the precinct election commission.