Yuri Hubarevich at a picket to collect signatures, which took place near the NPP as part of the presidential campaign.
“Constructing and operating nuclear power plants is a danger, and a threat to the environment and the economy,” said Hubarevich.
According to the politician, the NPP employees don’t care about it yet, because salaries come first. But he urged them to think, because the authorities who are irresponsible about the coronavirus pandemic now will similarly address the issue of a possible emergency situation at the Belarusian NPP.
“Hence the conclusion — the country’s leadership needs to be changed. The presidential election will take place in two months. Of course, the election is held under the control of people who have falsified them several times before. The coronavirus epidemic allows us to talk about the need to postpone the presidential election to the end of the year — a time when Lukashenka will lose his governing powers,” said Hubarevich at the picket.
In his opinion, Belarus needs to get rid of harmful enterprises.
The politician said he understands that few employees will dare to approach the picket, but people will at least hear important information.
As was previously reported, the MFF Chairman during his campaign focuses on information pickets dedicated to local and national issues. In particular, such pickets took place in Brest, where the important issue of closing the battery plant was raised, and in Minsk, where the problem of the regime’s behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic was stressed.