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3 Jun 2020

Lukashenko holds meeting to discuss proposals for new government

Lukashenko holds meeting to discuss proposals for new government

MINSK, 3 June (BelTA) - Proposals for the new government are high on the agenda of the meeting chaired by Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko, BelTA has learned.

“Before I make a decision on the main item of today's agenda, I would like to consult with you. It is about a new government. I have already talked about it. I gave appropriate instructions, you all were working on this issue. I previously made a statement that in the run-up to the election the incumbent president appoints the new government for people, voting for or against, to understand who will be dealing with the pressing issues related to their life, the social and economic development of our state,” the head of state noted.

According to Aleksandr Lukashenko, the participants in the meeting held a number of consultations, looked into the current government and new candidates, and made the appropriate proposals yesterday. “Nevertheless, I would like to consult with you, people who are involved in the formation of the new government and who make proposals to the president. We are talking about the new government. I would like to remind everyone that we started forming the future government about six months ago,” the Belarusian leader said.

Attending the meeting are Natalya Kochanova, Chairwoman of the Council of the Republic, Vladimir Andreichenko, Chairman of the House of Representatives, Igor Sergeyenko, Head of the Belarus President’s Administration, and Andrei Ravkov, State Secretary of the Security Council.

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