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9 Dec 2020

Opinion: Belarusian People’s Congress will highlight constitution, economic issues

Opinion: Belarusian People’s Congress will highlight constitution, economic issues

GRODNO, 9 December (BelTA) - The main topics of the Belarusian People's Congress will be constitutional changes and social and economic issues, Grodno Oblast Vice Governor Viktor Pranyuk said during the work to collect proposals on topical issues of the development of the country and regions on 8 December, BelTA has learned.

Viktor Pranyuk took part in the work of the regional organization Belaya Rus. He said that such work continues in the region. “It is held in various formats. For example, all stakeholders are working on the region’s development concept in Shchuchin District,” said Viktor Pranyuk. He stressed that from mid December dialogue platforms will continue their work at the regional level as well. Their format will depend on the epidemiological situation.

All the proposals received from the residents of the region are carefully looked through by experts. Initiatives from the region will be considered at the national level, including their presentation for discussion at the Belarusian People's Congress.

“I think that the sixth Belarusian People's Congress will focus on two most important issues - constitutional changes and the country’s social and economic development results and forecasts. We are entering a new five-year period and it is important to have a clear idea of how the country will be developing. Its future depends to a great extent on how the enterprises will work, how the business will develop, what the investment climate will be like,” Viktor Pranyuk explained.

He also named call-in sessions a part of the dialogue with the public. Such format gives an opportunity to speak out to those people who personally could not take part in dialogue platforms.

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