Opposition activists in Brest on Wednesday distributed more bulletins featuring the opposition coalition’s Anti-crisis Platform.
The members of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party "Hramada" passed out more than 500 bulletins in downtown Brest between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., Ihar Maslowski, chairman of the party’s city organization, told BelaPAN.
The bulletin contained the text of the platform, a message by the United Pro-democratic Forces, as well as information about activities of the Hramada party’s local organization.
"People of different ages, students and elderly people, took them eagerly," Mr. Maslowski noted. "Someone even took them for their friends and neighbors, which shows that the material featured in the bulletin is topical."
Local opposition activists distributed similar bulletins in the city on June 24 and are set to pass out more to familiarize people with the opposition’s proposals for overcoming the impact of the global economic crisis on Belarus.