Earlier, the Belarusian opposition said that it could file a lawsuit against Lukashenko at the ICC
The leader of the Belarusian opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said that she considers it possible to discuss granting immunity to Alexander Lukashenko in the interests of resolving the crisis in the country.
Earlier, the opposition said it was considering filing a lawsuit against Lukashenko in the International Criminal Court for brutal treatment of protesters who took to the streets to protest the election results.
Answering the question whether she wants Lukashenko to appear before the ICC, Tikhanovskaya said that she personally cannot forgive him for his crimes but understands that this should be the subject of negotiations.
“If the solution for him is to go somewhere to the sea and spend time there, I think it is possible,” she said, speaking at a security forum in Bratislava.
“Let him just leave and we will continue building our country. That's it,” said Tikhanovskaya, who was forced to leave for Lithuania shortly after the elections.