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25 November 2021, 12:56

Lukashenko ridicules opposition's new plan to destabilize situation

MINSK, 25 November (BelTA) – The self-exiled opposition has come up with a new plan to destabilize the situation in the country in the run-up to the referendum, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he spoke at a joint meeting of the Constitutional Commission and the working group on finalizing the new Constitution draft on 25 November, BelTA informs.

"Those, who loudly demanded changes, who wanted the president removed, ousted, killed and so on, oppose the changes, the amendments to the Constitution today," the Belarusian leader said.

The president said that he is aware of the plan hatched up by the self-exiled opponents of the current government, and promised to make it public. "I want people to know what they are planning. It's ridiculous. By devising this plan they hope to get funding. Being a person who has already seen it all, I wonder whether the West will get dump again and earmark the money for this,” the head of state said.

"They are already preparing to sabotage the Constitution referendum and, if their plan comes through, to bring Belarusians to the streets again," the president said, noting that apparently, history does not teach them anything.

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