Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who declared herself the winner of the presidential elections in Belarus, launched a new “democratic” initiative.
It consists of getting the “world community” to recognize the Special Purpose Police Unit (OMON) and the Main Directorate for Combating Organized Crime and Corruption (GUBOPIK) of the Belarusian Interior Ministry as terrorist organizations.
Tikhanovskaya’s statement to this effect was published by her press service at Telegram.
“Since GUBOPIK and OMON have turned into criminal gangs, we start the procedure of recognizing these organizations as extremist or terrorist. All employees who do not resign before the end of the investigation will be recognized as accomplices and will receive sanctions and property arrests,” she said.
And at the same time, she specified that only those law enforcers “who will move to the side of the people” will be able to count on amnesty.
According to the same press service, the “world community” clearly liked this approach to the situation in Belarus.
Thus, it is reported that on November 20, Tikhanovskaya met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands Stephan Bloc, who promised her assistance in this matter.