Belarus passed bills to never make Nazism rehabilitation possible
Lilia Ananich, the Deputy Chairperson of the Permanent Commission on Human Rights, National Relations and Mass Media at the House of Representatives, a member of the Belarusian Union of Women’s Board, shared her views
“We understand that Western countries and European politicians do not really have arguments in defence of their unrighteous position when we observe how they fight against flowers laid at memorials, and how the latter are being demolished with tractors. After all, trampling graves and monuments is inhumane, and destroying memorials is inhumane as well,” Ms. Ananich noted.
“Belarus is going along a different path, and this is sacred to us. We have even legalised such bills that will never enable Nazism to be rehabilitated. Moreover, they will never allow anyone to belittle the victory of the Belarusian people and Soviet soldiers in the Great Patriotic War,” she stressed.