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Opinion: Belarus' parliament needs active educated youth

Politics 15.11.2019 | 15:46
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FANIPOL, 15 November (BelTA) – It is important that the new parliament will welcome active and well-educated young people, teacher of Secondary School No. 1 of Fanipol Irina Koval told BelTA. She took part in early voting for the parliamentary elections on 15 November.

Irina Koval is convinced that the parliament needs more young members. “Young people in Belarus are active, educated and patriotic. I trust them,” she emphasized.

It has become a good tradition for Irina Koval and her family to vote early. “It is convenient. If you vote early, you do not have to go to the polls on election day and you can plan this day the way you want,” she noted. Her 19-year-old daughter lives in Minsk. The 2019 elections are the first elections for the young voter. She has already cast her ballot taking advantage of the early voting opportunity.

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