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23 Nov 2020

Over 8,000 proposals collected ahead of Belarusian People's Congress

Over 8,000 proposals collected ahead of Belarusian People's Congress
Andrei Kuntsevich. An archive photo

MINSK, 23 November (BelTA) - The working group of the national organizing committee for the sixth -Belarusian People's Congress has begun to summarize the proposals voiced during public discussions of the current issues of further development of the country, Andrei Kuntsevich, the deputy head of the President Administration, the head of the working group.

Such proposals are submitted within the framework of regional dialogue platforms, public receptions, parliamentary meetings, Q&A phone-ins of local authorities with citizens.

“Really topical and important issues for people are raised during regional discussions. This helps to shape the strategic priorities for the long term. More than 8,000 proposals have already been submitted at various venues. They relate to both the social and economic and social and political development of the country. More than half of them were sent to the House of Representatives of the National Assembly,” Andrei Kuntsevich noted.

In addition, the working group invited all political parties and leading public associations with different political positions to join the discussion and make their proposals. “I believe that the campaign with the participation of a wide range of experts, specialists and active citizens, will allow us to prepare well for the sixth Belarusian People’s Congress and offer people the state-building strategy that will meet today's requirements and demands of the society and ensure the further development of the country, strengthening its sovereignty,” Andrei Kuntsevich noted.

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