In the network appeared the plan of action of the Belarusian opposition in case of loss on elections of the President of the country. Instructions for the “Maidan”, has been posted in the Telegram channel Live NEXTA a journalist Stepan Putilo.
The so-called “plan B” consists of several items. In the case that the incumbent President Aleksandr Lukashenko declared winner of the election, citizens propose 10 August to organize a General strike in public enterprises with the requirement of the “new and fair” elections. In this case, the user “will not be able to fire whole departments and shops, and the police obviously did not dare to try to disperse the people, especially the real factory of men”.
Citizens encouraged to gather at the district administrations, but not to capture them, and only block. When the law enforcement will arrest, “this will be the point of no return”, after which you must begin to block the road and spoil the special vehicles.
In the regions, the opposition should demand the head of the local Executive Committee to publicly join the protesters. But if the square near the district administration will be blocked, “it is still easier to go straight to the house of officials”, — stated in the plan.
Also posted a reminder for protesting, which tells what to do in case of clashes with the police, instructions for building combat formations and techniques of “counter-violence”, and for motorists — rules of blocking machinery and reconnaissance.
Earlier it became known that the candidate in presidents of Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovski, rival of the current leader of the state Alyaksandr Lukashenka, disappeared into safety. She left her apartment and now is surrounded by members of his staff and journalists in the capital of Belarus.
Election of the President of Belarus on 9 August. Lukashenka is running for a sixth term. Tikhanovski — wife blogger Sergei Tikhanovski, who himself wanted to run, but was arrested. In jail is another contender for the presidency, former head of Belgazprombank Viktor Babariko. Founder of high-tech Park Valery Tsepkalo was not admitted to the elections and fled the country, fearing political persecution.
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