The image of BT head Henadz Davydzka has been removed from the fence of the Belarusian State Broadcasting Company.
The graffiti of Henadz Davydzka appeared in different places in Minsk including the fence of the Belarusian State Broadcasting Company, Signal project reported on Facebook.
“BT employees are hurrying to work under the super vision of Henadz Davydzka,” the Belarusian street art community reported.
The graffiti was noticed by policemen in the morning of April 16. Davydzka’s image was removed from the fence by noon.
The authors of the graffiti expressed their opinion about the intention of the head of the Belarusian State Broadcasting Company ‘to forbid commenting on news on the Internet’.
The images of other Belarusian officials appeared on Belarusian fences earlier. For example, the graffiti of Marianna Shchotkina with the inscription “I am the author of the freeloaders’ tax” was removed not long ago.
The portrait of head of the Council of the Republic Mihail Myasnikovich appeared in Druzhnaya Street – the inscription was “It was me who introduced the road tax”.
Curator of the street art community Aleh Larychau was beaten by strangers in the lobby of his block of flats on April 4, Radio Liberty reminds.