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4 Sep 2019

More information revealed about measures to fix law enforcement work in Belarus

More information revealed about measures to fix law enforcement work in Belarus

MINSK, 4 September (BelTA) – More information about the measures taken after the head of state hosted a government conference recently to discuss the quality of law enforcement work in Belarus was revealed by State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Stanislav Zas after he met with the head of state on 4 September, BelTA has learned.

Stanislav Zas said: “We’ve been instructed to take measures in response to the negative facts mentioned during the government conference. Control over the fulfillment of these measures has to be tight. No fact should be downplayed or drop out of sight. The measures must be taken.”

Stanislav Zas assured that the guidelines set by the head of state during the conference had been distributed along the entire power vertical down to specific executives. Details of the tasks set by the head of state were formulated and work to reach them was organized.

“Every law enforcement officer should hear a clear wakeup call: one cannot work while ignoring the legislation and procedures. One cannot work any way they want. There are limits and rules defined by the legislation. Everyone should obey the law, primarily law enforcement officers,” the state secretary of the Security Council stressed.

The head of state pointed out that he would like to see tangible results after the conference. According to Stanislav Zas, the discussion should not and will not result in pro forma work, which will fade away in time.

“This is a continuous process. We will not start working in new ways right away. Nevertheless, adjustments have already been made. Some facts have been acted upon. The work will continue,” Stanislav Zas said.

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