Lukashenko’s opponent in the elections believes that if any person’s guilt is proven, he should be held accountable.
Olga Kovalkova, a confidant of Belarusian presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, commenting on the possibility of criminal prosecution of President Alexander Lukashenko after the change of power, said that no person is immune from it if he committed a crime. This is reported by Echo of Moscow.
If a person has committed a crime and his guilt is proven, he should be prosecuted. It’s a criterion for everyone, whether you were president or a simple person. Therefore, if the guilt of any person is proven and he has committed a crime, he should be held accountable,” Kovalkova said.
She also stressed that no person is immune from criminal prosecution if he has committed a crime.
According to the law of Belarus, the president of the country has immunity.
As reported, the opposition in Belarus is ready to discuss alexander Lukashenko’s immunity.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said she was ready to become a national leader in the country.