Former presidential candidate Ales Mikhalevich today said, "Freedom", which on the controversy, which leads to him the KGB, he knows only through the media:
"I'm following reaction KGB with media, with kamentaryyav spokesman KGB. To me there no one spoke, no one called. But a lot of calls from citizens, from journalists. Much has been written on the internet, lots of people write that they support me, I'm a man of courage, and it is very well made, when told the truth. "
Mikhalevich also said that he conveyed through diplomatic channels a complaint of torture in the United Nations:
"I will keep track of its own destiny. Really hope that the Commissioner of torture quickly decides, to conduct an audit of detention in remand KGB. "
A former candidate for the highest public office in Belarus said, "Freedom," that he is not afraid of retaliation by the KGB. He goes out, spends a lot of meetings. "The only thing — I did not now sit behind the wheel of car" — said Mikhalevich.
February 28 Mikhalevich at a press conference that he was forced to sign a statement of cooperation with the KGB. Only on these conditions, it was released from the KGB prison on bail. Michalevic called the prison camp in the center of Minsk, where torture is taking place.
Head of the Information and Public Relations of the KGB Alexander Antonovich told Interfax that these statements are not true and they can not be trusted.