Rymashevski: No things that I think are immoral, I did not do

Former presidential candidate Vital Rymasheuski answers to the questions, or offering you to collaborate with the KGB? Or applied to you personally torture?

"I totally understand that any thing that is said or signed by me can be used against me. Therefore, no things that I think are immoral, I did not. I sounded absolutely all the circumstances of my release. Those conditions are the things that were made, I presented. And nothing more. If I was such a proposal, there is nothing that I consider immoral, I would not have done, I would have refused, in those circumstances in which I was.

On the second question — about the circumstances of my stay in jail — I also said earlier adequately and openly. This does not mean that I want to blame Ales Mikhalevich to lie. His words simply mean that different candidates for each political prisoner ratio may be different. And to everyone apply the methods that are specifically for ethe man considered most effective. "

February 28 former presidential candidate Ales Mikhalevich at a press conference that he was forced to sign a statement earlier on 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.

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