A liberation movement should replace the opposition in Belarus, Zyanon Paznyak thinks.
"There can be no opposition to an occupation regime promoting an antinational occupation policy (in the democratic sense)," - the politician noted.
Paznyak suggested creating a liberation movement on the basis of the BPF in 1997. However, the structure called "the opposition" was created in response to the appeal "to create a solidary national alternative to the regime". Pragmatists, communists and Lukashenka's ex-functionaries joined it and announced themselves "opposition members", the politician says.
"New people will come, there are those who have a new, Belarusian mentality opposed to the old, Soviet one," BelPAN quotes Paznyak.
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