According to Tsikhanouskaya, Belarus has turned into a crime scene, and the state judicial system is inactive.
"I, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, together with the People's Anti-Crisis Administration, declare the People's Tribunal and amnesty for the capture of Lukashenko and members of his terrorist group. If the state court system doesn't work, we can do it without it. Anyone who has cynically violated the law must answer.You have broken the law and you are afraid of justice. But the time for justice has come. I declare that Alexander Lukashenko and his accomplices are a terrorist organization that must answer for their crimes. Everyone who cynically violated and breaks the law must answer - from members of election commissions and pro-government observers to officials, ideologists and officers who gave and carried out criminal orders," she said.
Tsikhanouskaya published an action plan, within the framework of which it is proposed to "neutralize the ideologists and accomplices of the regime," to collect evidence of the "crimes" of the current government. She also turned to the security forces with a request to provide evidence of "criminal orders."
"Everyone who does this, under my guarantee, can count on amnesty or mitigation of criminal liability," Tsikhanouskaya promises.
As we reported earlier, the European Union announced readiness to impose additional sanctions on Belarusian officials over the "outrageous" death of a 31-year-old man died following his detention by the police in the capital, Minsk.