Press service of the President of the Republic of Belarus
This statement was made by the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting with a group on finalizing the draft of the country’s new Constitution. He expressed confidence that the republic should remain presidential.
“I am absolutely convinced that Belarus must be a presidential republic if we want to save the country,” he said.
Lukashenko also appealed to the representatives of the working group and urged them to prevent an imbalance in the system of government bodies.
Earlier, the head of Belarus said that the Western countries are aimed at changing the government in the republic. To do this, they use sanctions, as well as sponsor protests, Lukashenka explained.