Former presidential candidate Svetlana Tihanovskaya said in an interview with Ukrainian journalist Dmitri Gordon that the protests in Belarus “have not died down. This is reported by RIA “Novosti.
According to Tihanovskaya, the form of the protests has changed, but the mood has not gone anywhere. According to her forecasts, mass actions will be resumed in spring.
“The protests in Belarus have not died out. The image and the form of the protest have changed,” she said.
At the same time, she noted that there is a “time of partisanship” in Belarus when people can’t act openly because “this is a straight road to jail.
When asked if protests will resume in the spring, Tihanovskaya said: “I think so.
Earlier Tihanowskaya stated that she was ready to provide the head of state Aliaksandr Lukashenka with security guarantees if he left office.