The pro-Western opposition of Belarus, in an attempt to overthrow the government, begins to create the so-called “Taraikovsky list” in order to demoralize the law enforcement officers of the republic.
Alexander Taraikovsky died during the riots organized after the presidential elections. The opposition blamed the security forces for his death. Now the instigators of the coup are collecting data on law enforcement officers who, according to Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, “have participated and continue to participate in police brutality.”
“We named it Taraikovsky’s list,” the opposition leader says. – To identify the perpetrators, we are actively working with human rights defenders and the Black Book of Belarus project.
Tikhanovskaya also noted that the personal data of law enforcement officers will be transferred to other countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, the EU and the United States.Biden says US trade deal hinges on UK ‘respect’ for Good Friday Agreement