Russia Puts Belarus Color Revolution Leader on Its Wanted List

For 'calling for the overthrow of the constitutional order'

Russia says it put Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya on its wanted list in line with regional agreements after Belarus first made the move claiming she had called for overthrowing the constitutional order in the country.

Russian media on October 16 quoted Russia’s Interior Ministry as confirming the move, made within the framework of the Russia-Belarus Union State.

The report comes three days after Tsikhanouskaya openly demanded that Alyaksandr Lukashenka should step down from the post of Belarusian president by October 25 or face a nationwide strike.

In an interview with RFE/RL that was published on October 16, Tsikhanouskaya said that the decision to announce the so-called “People’s Ultimatum” to Lukashenka was not made solely by her, but by opposition groups, including her team, the opposition Coordination Council, opposition political parties, protest groups, representatives of striking workers, and Belarusian citizens who were beaten and tortured by law enforcement in recent months.

“The ultimatum was pushed forward by people, I just announced it to make it public,” Tsikhanouskaya, who could face up to 5 years in jail in Belarus if detained and found guilty, said.

Tsikhanouskaya added that even “many” officers in law enforcement are seeking help from opposition groups to take their families out of Belarus in order to be able to openly refuse to take part in beatings and violently dispersing protest across the country.

Belarus has been rocked by protests since an August 9 presidential election handed Lukashenka a sixth term amid allegations of widespread fraud.

Tsikhanouskaya, who supporters say won the vote, left Belarus for Lithuania shortly after the election amid threats to her and her family.

The United States and EU have refused to recognize the 66-year-old Lukashenka as the legitimate leader of Belarus. The EU on October 12 agreed to add Lukashenka to its sanctions list.

Source: Radio Free Europe

15 Comments
  1. Hist 83 says

    Hunt this Bitch down and the same to Guido.

  2. Bob avlon says

    The US is always after where they get the most money. The EU is as Undemocratic as they come somewhat like China. They did a fake vote for the EU commissioner and a man won but they gave the job to the ursula von der lyen just like that. Now they support someone who never won the election in Belarus, she got 10% only.

  3. cechas vodobenikov says

    perhaps amerika can export BLM to Belarus

    1. Le Ruse says

      Yupp.. & I give them 6 hours to last ! & that’s a lot !

  4. ke4ram says

    The US and EU failed to recognize Lukashenka as the US experiences the most CORRUPT election in its history. The EU is an unelected bunch of trash and have no business calling anyone else corrupt.

    The freedom in Belarus far exceeds any Western nation today,,, especially the UK and EU. They are not locked down, no masks and still have an economy. Exactly why the West hates them.

    1. Curmudgeon_49 says

      First the EU (and others) refuses to send observers, then refuses to recognize the results. Why would someone planning to corrupt an election invite observers?
      https://eng.belta.by/politics/view/mfa-invites-international-observers-to-monitor-belarus-presidential-election-131769-2020/

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  5. James Willy says

    Hope Russia can capture this kunnt and lock it in a small cold cell and forget about it. This puppet needs to be removed from circulation. Go after the cohorts too. Lock them up and NEVER release them.

    1. Ronnie&MargaretInDementia says

      MI6 will do her with ‘Novichok’ and blame it on Putin, it’s become a habit for them, it’s worth it for the propaganda value on poor clueless Brits. She’ll be martyr then, sacrificed on the altar of western ‘freedom and democracy’.

  6. Ronnie&MargaretInDementia says

    Poopy pants liberal quislings do a runner to collect their dollars. Meh.

    #Dotard$ #WesternShamocracy

  7. InternetEtiquette says

    Do not succumb to the temptations of Western decadence!

  8. Jihadi Colin says

    Right, President Lukashenko must be shaking in his shoes from the threat of a strike issued by some colour revolution tool hiding across the border!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/99210c36a51f387d84d0e746fc0196e62f86907a56c0afd9f3fc593edb4ffe46.jpg

    1. InternetEtiquette says

      What do people in Belarus eat for breakfast? Watermelon jam?

      1. Le Ruse says

        Well, normal breakfast in Belarus is Eggs & Speck with Vodka to settle it down !
        BTW you don’t have to mention, who has watermelon Jam , we guessed that already ?

        https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c5/I%27se_so_happy_-_postcard.jpg

        Belorussian ???

  9. Curmudgeon_49 says

    Anti-Empire using the Empire’s propaganda organ as its source is rather ironic.

    As in Venezuela, Bolivia, Ukraine, and others, the rent-a-crowd sheeple will take their 30 pieces of silver and hope they never suffer the consequences of their treachery. Lukashenko may not be all that popular, but to suggest that this bimbo, with Navalny-like support won the election, is pure fantasy.

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