Resistance pioneer Svetlana Tikhanovskaya (Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya) reported a “people’s final proposal” routed to the Belarusian experts on Tuesday, October 13. The announcement showed up on the official Telegram station for her press administration.
Tikhanovskaya has given the Belarusian specialists 13 days — until October 25 — to satisfy the accompanying requests: 1. Lukashenko reporting his acquiescence, 2. Ending the utilization of viciousness against quiet dissenters, and 3. Delivering political detainees.
On the off chance that these requests are not met, the specialists can anticipate increased fights, Tikhanovskaya said.
“On the off chance that our requests are not be met by October 25, the whole nation will calmly take the roads with the People’s Ultimatum. Furthermore, on October 26, a public strike, all things considered, the hindering, everything being equal, and a breakdown in deals at state stores will start. You have 13 days to satisfy three conditions. We have 13 days to get ready, and Belarusians will proceed with their serene and constant dissent this time,” the declaration states.
On October 10, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya had a telephone discussion with her better half, resistance blogger Sergey Tikhanovsky (Syarhey Tsikhanouski), who was imprisoned in Belarus in May. This was the first occasion when they had spoken in quite a while.
That very day, Tikhanovsky and other Belarusian political detainees met with Alexander Lukashenko at the KGB pre-preliminary confinement place in Minsk. Lukashenko started the gathering as a joint conversation on revising the nation’s constitution.
After the gathering, Svetlana Tikhanovskay expressed that she doesn’t accept “in discourse at gunpoint.”