Freedom in Belarus is in the largest deficit, the vast majority of people misses it, the chairman of the United Civil Party Anatol Lyabedzka thinks.
According to the politician, the Belarusians will be a happy nation, if they have both welfare and freedom.
"The worst thing the power state has done, it tramples underfoot the dignity of people. I think, this is the biggest motivation for people to get up from their knees, but not just to talk about the need for change".
Anatol Lyabedzka is waiting exactly for changes in 2012.
"They won't come by themselves. A team of builders from Poland or from Lithuania or from Slovenia won't come here to build the brighter future. This should be done by citizens of Belarus. But changes are hanging in the air", the politician said in an interview with Belsat TV.
UCP leader said that year 2012 for the party will be the year of implementation of practical projects.
"We are no longer tied only to political campaigns. We have to work all the time - 365 days a year, - Lyabedzka said. - Every month we will suggest some idea, will come to people and rely on their support. Now it's very important to go beyond those 20-25% of people who have traditionally supported the political opposition. This is a chance, and we should use it in 2012".
His wish for Belarusians the politician formulated by the words of Sergei Mikhalok: "Bread and freedom".
"I think, it is essential for people so that they feel the material wealth, that they feel comfortable and can afford the European standards of life. And here I think we have something to offer".