The ‘Under the Blanket’ interviewee is worthy of being the leader of the United Civic Party. He really stands for implementation of civil rights, including gay-parades, though he criticizes LGBT community for being sluggish.
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These interviewees are probably the most tolerant of all the politicians, published in ‘Under the blanket’ special project. The Belarusian communist Siarhey Kaliakin believes there are no homosexuals in his party, and the democratic movement leader Yury Hubarevich adopts a … чытаць далей
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