The leader of the Belarusian opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskaya called the insane prison sentence, to which the Supreme Court sentences the Chairman of Belgazprombank Viktor Babariko, and explained his wishes to the authorities to fight “faith in the idea.” The message about this she published in its Telegram-Channel.
According to politics, now official Minsk makes every effort to intimidate a long-term conclusion and kill all thoughts, “at least distantly similar to faith and hope.” “But for Victor – as for thousands of innocent people in prisons – the most valuable hope in our hearts. For the sake of this hope he did not go to the transaction with the regime,” Tikhanovsky responded.
She noted that only the protesters depends on how long the opposition will remain behind bars, and once again urged the authorities to free his and other political prisoners. “Time will come when such a manager helps us rebuild the country with you,” the ex-candidate added.
Supreme Court of Belarus on July 6 sentenced the opponent of the President of the country Alexander Lukashenko in the elections of 2020, Chairman of Belgazprombank Viktor Babariko by 14 years of imprisonment and a fine of 46 million Belarusian rubles (1.3 billion Russian). The sentence is not subject to appeal and protest.