MINSK, 25 November (BelTA) – The draft amendments to Belarus' Constitution meet public needs and modern reality, BelTA learned from Yuri Voskresensky, Director of the information and analysis institution Roundtable of Democratic Forces, after a joint session of the Constitutional Commission and the working group in charge of polishing the Constitution draft on 25 November.
Yuri Voskresensky said: “The draft absolutely meets the public demand and modern reality”.
Yuri Voskresensky said that now after the Constitutional Commission and the working group of experts had worked on the draft document, the document will be polished for a while. Then the draft Constitution will be submitted for public discussion.
At the same time the political analyst believes the final adjustments will be minor. “This text is fully structured from the first letter to the last one. Transition provisions are very well written. The entire state system can be traced across the entire Constitution. In other words, there are no reading variations that the initial draft had,” he said.