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Konstantin Borovoi About Speech Of European Belarus Activist Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk In Court

Konstantin Borovoi About Speech Of European Belarus Activist Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk In Court
PALINA SHARENDA-PANASIUK

Compare with Pratasevich.

Konstantin Borovoi, a well-known Russian opposition activist, has published on Facebook the text of the speech of European Belarus activist Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk. According to the opposition politician, some parallels with the statements made by Raman Pratasevich arise straight away here.

Konstantin Borovoi cites the text, published by the leader of the European Belarus civil campaign, Andrei Sannikov.

- DO YOU HAVE A SENSE OF CONSCIENCE?

- THE QUESTION IS DISALLOWED

No more kicking around rotten KGB videos. Read the dialogue between Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk and the "judge". Or better not only read it, but also learn it by heart and tell it to your children.

"Judge" - Stand up, please.

Palina - I won't stand up in front of the bandits.

"J" - Since when are you in custody?

P - Captured on January 3rd

"J"- Do you want to challenge the judges?

"P - You're not judges.

"J" - For what reasons?

P - A stalinist troika, country constabulary, but you're not judges.

"J" - Are you challenging me?

P - I'm challenging the whole system.

"J" - Do you understand the charges?

P – These are not charges, it's politically motivated persecution.

"J" - Do you plead guilty?

P - It is politically motivated persecution. This is a criminal case which you will later be accused of. You take part in political repressions.

"J" - Do you admit your guilt?

P - Do you admit that you are taking part in political repression?

"J" - You cannot ask questions to the judges. Do you plead not guilty?

P - It is a citizen's honor and duty to resist a bandit. I am not a defendant, I am a political prisoner. I demand to stop this muppet show.

"J" - Defendant, do you find the case proven?

P - I would like to thank the international community for imposing sanctions against Lukashenka's regime and call for an international tribunal!

"J" - Defendant, do you have any questions?

P - Aren't you ashamed of yourselves?

"J" - You can't ask questions to the court. Questions to the witness?

P - Aren't you ashamed?

"J" - The question is disallowed.

P - Do you have a sense of conscience?

"J" - The question is disallowed.