Opposition presidential candidate Svetlana Tijanovskaya was ready on Monday to become “national leader” during the transition period that led to the holding of new elections in Belarus, where the re-election of Alexander Lukashenko in the August 9 elections was unprecedented Wave of protests.
“I am ready to take responsibility and act as a national leader during this time. So that the country can calm down and enter a normal rhythm,” said Tijanovskaya, who lives in Lithuania, in a message published by her electoral team.
He also defended the need to release the “political prisoners” and to prepare the legal framework as soon as possible to allow new presidential elections to be held. “Real, fair and transparent elections that are unconditionally accepted by the international community,” he said, according to the Russian agency Sputnik.
After massive protests against Lukashenko, whom his supporters in Minsk had united in his favor in Minsk, were registered across the country on Sunday, workers in the country’s companies will be called to a general strike this Monday to reject the agent’s re-election.