The expert assessed the statement about "money for destabilization" in Belarus from Russia
The Russian expert, a specialist on the former Soviet Union Andrei Suzdaltsev called the nonsense words of the member of the initiative group of former presidential aspirant in Belarus Victor Babariko Yury Voskresensky, who broadcast the state TV channel "Belarus 1" said that he had accepted money from Moscow's politicians for "destabilizing the situation" in the country.
"Belarus 1" on Thursday evening aired the confession of the resurrection, who said on camera that he met with political analyst Dmitry Balkanton, later he introduced his colleague, Andrei Suzdaltsev. According to Voskresensky, for a reward he offered to "communicate further on the subject of the study of the socio-political situation in the Republic of Belarus", Balconet allegedly told him about the intention to destabilize the political situation in the country ahead of the elections. Under the statement of the resurrection, Bolkunets "get at the meeting of 30 thousand rubles from his personal funds with the words "democracy" and advised them to convey for purchasing laser pointers in case of use of violence by Riot police". Seeing the recent developments in the Republic, the resurrection "decided to turn himself in" to the KGB, which outlined all available information about the offense, realizing that it was used "as pawns blindly Moscow puppeteers".
According to him, absurd the idea that "buy 30 thousand rubles, laser pointers and overthrow their regime of Lukashenka".
"All work must have some quality, gloss – even to lie. Need to lie so that it was beautiful, of course, was never in doubt, and not to invent some nonsense," - said the expert.
Suzdaltsev noted that Dmitry Bolkunets – known Belarusian journalist and analyst. "We have never received, neither he nor I – from the Russian state a dime and never wanted to take from anybody money," he said.
"They don't know what to think. Find some of the "puppeteers", though somehow tie Moscow. Nonsense, they won't from Moscow, no puppeteers", he concluded.
Previously, the state Agency BelTA reports that Belarus has provided evidence of the involvement of staff of the former head of Belgazprombank Victor Babariko to unrest in the country. Staff in response to these allegations stated commitment to a peaceful and lawful methods.
In June at the head office of the BGB, which for nearly 20 years headed nominated for the presidency Victor Babariko, were searched. The state control Committee of the Republic said that the Bank acted organized criminal group, the conclusion of money abroad. The eighteenth of June, was detained by Babariko and his son Edward, who headed the election headquarters of the father. Total detained more than 30 people, including top managers of the Bank. The investigation of the case entrusted to the KGB.
Babariko-senior first accused of tax evasion, which caused damage in especially large size, legalization of proceeds of crime and bribery. But on 24 July he was indicted on a new charge: the article is "bribery" changed to a more heavy "the adoption of official values as part of an organized group."
Last Sunday the election of the President of Belarus. According to the CEC, Lukashenko is gaining 80,08%, in second place Svetlana Tikhanovski from 10.09%. In the headquarters of the Tikhanovski stated that it did not recognize the results of the CEC, noting that data from sites in all districts of the Republic show that she scored 70-80%.
On Sunday evening in several cities of Belarus started the mass unauthorized protest, which continued Monday night. Protesters in Central Minsk erecting barricades out of garbage cans. The militia used against them tear gas, water cannons and stun grenades, and drove the protesters from the city centre.