MOGILEV, 14 December (BelTA) – Professionalism, experience, and the ability to manage things are key requirements for executive personnel. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the relevant statement as he presented the new Mogilev Oblast governor on 14 December, BelTA has learned.
Aleksandr Lukashenko remarked that the formation of a capable personnel potential in the region is the first thing the new Mogilev Oblast governor Anatoly Isachenko will have to work on. The president cautioned against hasty decisions and against letting things stand still.
“You should always give people a chance. If he pulls, you should keep him. If he fails to do things on time, either give him a different job or fire him if he is an indecent person,” the head of state said. “It is necessary to make way for young personnel without forgetting about experienced people. Professionalism, experience, and the ability to manage things – it doesn't matter whether you are young or old. Being capable is the key.”
Aleksandr Lukashenko also noted that nearly the entire personnel registry of the head of state in Mogilev Oblast had been replaced since April 2019, there is an excessive number of vacancies to fill.
Aleksandr Lukashenko drew attention to the fight against corruption. “And let's say it openly: corruption manifestations have not completely gone away,” the president noted.