Zhirinovsky Offered To Send Lukashenko To The Lenin State Farm

Zhirinovsky Offered To Send Lukashenko To The Lenin State Farm
Zhirinovsky Offered To Send Lukashenko To The Lenin State Farm
Video: Zhirinovsky Offered To Send Lukashenko To The Lenin State Farm
Video: Лидер ЛДПР съездил за клубникой к Павлу Грудинину - Россия 24 2023, February

LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky expressed the opinion that President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko should leave his post. According to Zhirinovsky, Lukashenko is not coping with the duties of the head of state and could replace the communist Pavel Grudinin as head of the Lenin State Farm in Russia. The politician also believes that Belarus should join the Russian Federation.

“He can't [Lukashenko] to manage. He is a good director of the state farm. Transfer him to Moscow instead of Grudinin. Let him manage the Lenin State Farm. And Belarus must end its existence ", - said Zhirinovsky.

“Belarus - back home. No Belarus! Vitebsk province, Minsk province, Brest province, Grodno, Gomel. There are six provinces in total " - listed the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party.

After speaking from the rostrum of Zhirinovsky, the speaker of the lower house of parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, noted that the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia with this statement "brought a lot of problems, including in the field of international relations." “But as for your views on the development of the situation [in Belarus] - he is often perspicacious ", - concluded Volodin, referring to Zhirinovsky.

Earlier, the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia said on the air of "Russia 1" that the ex-presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who continues to call for protests in the republic, should be stolen from the hotel and then hung in the center of Minsk for everyone to see.

Zhirinovsky called Tikhanovskaya, who is now in Lithuania, "a witch" and "a bitch woman." “This monster has earned a tribunal, she wanders all over Europe and begs, selling and surrendering the country. The Europeans do not need Tikhanovskaya, they need a territory that is planned to be turned into a military base, " - explained the politician.

He also expressed the hope that no blood will be shed in Belarus and the authorities, within the framework of the law, will do everything possible to prevent illegal actions of the opposition. “We are categorically against the fact that tomorrow in Belarus someone would take actions that could lead to economic losses, human losses … All this will lead to the start of a civil war, which is the most cruel,” - admitted Zhirinovsky.

He believes that Lukashenka will leave his post under pressure anyway. “We wish tomorrow a peaceful life to the inhabitants of Belarus, so that no blood is shed, that no one is killed, so that the Belarusians will finally make a decision together. Yes, you are tired of Lukashenka. Of course he will go away. But it is important that Sverdlov, Lenin, Stalin, Bukharins came instead of him, like we did, instead of the tsar. - added the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party.

On October 26, the deadline for fulfilling the demands put forward by the Belarusian opposition expired. Tikhanovskaya insisted that Lukashenka resign, and that law enforcement officers did not use violence against the protesters and released political prisoners. The oppositionist warned: otherwise, on the 26th, a strike of workers of enterprises, blocking of roads and a "collapse of sales" in state stores will begin in the country.

Presidential elections were held in Belarus on August 9. The CEC declared Lukashenka the winner. One of his main rivals, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, and her supporters disagreed with the results. Protests began in the country, which continue to this day. When dispersing the rallies against the protesters, the security forces used tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades, and rubber bullets.


Popular by topic