Either the government absolutely refuses to engage in dialogue with the opposition?

According to the head ideologue administration because the opposition can not bring 10’s of thousands of people onto the streets, it remains only "to ask for a dialogue with the authorities." The chairman of the Central Election Commission Lydia Yermoshina believes that the dialogue gives the fruit only when it is a conversation as equal partners, and in Belarus government and the opposition — in their own very different impact forces. We tried to learn — how to relate to the power of this approach, the opposition and zabugornye specialists.
CEC Secretary Nikolai Lozovik said: To start the dialogue, it is necessary for the earlier find its purpose:
"Common goals, common standards (and the highest standard — it’s own well-being of the country), put them in one direction, although the way of opposition and the authorities will be different. And I have the impression that our current opposition to this goal does not even have. For some Governing opposition their opposition activities just turned into commercial. And when they try all sorts of ways to show their power oppressed as they are beaten, as on their own, as they say they are, terribly press, it is clear that the dialogue will not work. "
The last presidential candidate and now a favorite of the unregistered organization "Freedom Movement" Alexander Milinkevich considers: the power is mistaken when rejects the possibility of dialogue within the country:
"In all civilized countries nobody determines weights — who is stronger, weaker ones who are more influential, who have less. Always have power, and there is opposition. And wiser power is always in dialogue with the opposition. This in its favor, and in favor society. And when they say to us that you are weak, that you should not sit down, and who you are — it’s amazing.
Ba even the government itself recognized when the results of the last presidential election, that even by their calculations, the opposition has 10%. Although we know that in fact they are much, much more. And if the government does not start talking to opponents (though in what form), so it only makes more tension in society. And less impact on society has. I think it’s a big mistake to power. She just does not know how to talk with the public. "
Meanwhile on some websites, for example, "Belarusian partisan", it was reported that the West and the official Belarusian authorities are engaging in dialogue, bypassing opposition. For example, on the days of the German lawyers met with their Belarusian colleagues. But non-governmental human rights roundtable was not invited.
German political scientist Alexander Rahr said:
"I think it is a wrong statement. Opposition invited, but recent conference in Germany, she did not come. And I think it’s the opposition itself spreads such rumors that it is no longer listed.
The fact that the opposition will get and negotiate with Lukashenko, I have never heard of. Obviously, the authorities will engage in dialogue, especially in the very fundamental issues (eg energy security of Europe). But nobody is going to take sanctions against Belarus or to sacrifice democracy for the sake of strengthening the power of Lukashenko.
I quickly think the West is here on previous positions. But if the Belarusian authorities themselves show enthusiasm for the upcoming promotion in Europe, then I think it also will speak. After all, maybe there is no longer the same demonization Lukashenko, as it was a few years ago . "
V.Podgol: "Around Lukashenko — Feedback horror and immorality", 7.07.2007 • Svetlana Aleksievich: "Cuba in Europe can no longer be", 8.07.2007

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