Lukashenka: I have no grounds for malevolence

Today Aliaksandr Lukashenka has delivered an address to the 4th National Assembly and shared his plans for the future.

“The political system should be modernized”

This objective should be carried out by deputies of the 5th House of representatives.

“Belarus should break into the elite club of highly developed countries”

This is another “formidable momentous task” following the political modernization. “One might call it phantastic but once the idea of Belarus being a sovereign state and pursuing its own independent police also seemed to be unrealizable,” Aliaksandr Lukashenka substantiated his claim.

According to him, “the present-day model of the Belarusian statehood has not exhausted its potential yet”, but the role of the parliament will be eventually increased “as a result of the statehood’s strengthening and the development of civil society”.

Opposition “ignominiously failed” the parliamentary elections’ boycott

So called fifth column “did not even want to imitate fighting for power”. But Lukashenka assured that “he has no grounds for malevolence”; he only dreams of “normal, fair, responsible opposition concerning about its own country, not about foreign sops’ division”.


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