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Lukashenko considers a “revolution” disjointed after the arrest of his main political rival

The President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has assured that the authorities will launch a “revolution” similar to that in Ukraine in 2013, one day after the arrest of his main political rival Viktor Babariko, for fraud and money laundering.

Lukashenko submitted a new plea for Belarus’ independence and sovereignty during an official law on Friday, without directly referring to Babariko, whom he theoretically has to face in the August presidential election.

“When I watched the situation in the past 24 hours, I saw that some forces have stepped up their activities to try to harm the situation in the country,” said Lukashenko, who said he had these alleged subversive conspiracies for a long time Time “observed.

Lukashenko considers a “revolution” disjointed after the arrest of his main political rival
Lukashenko considers a “revolution” disjointed after the arrest of his main political rival

However, the authorities were “several steps ahead” thanks to which “a large-scale plan to destabilize Belarus” and “organize a kind of Maidan revolution” would have been dismantled, said Lukashenko Belta official news agency.

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