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01 March 2024, 15:20

Andreichenko reveals his plans after stepping down as Belarus’ parliament speaker

Vladimir Andreichenko
Vladimir Andreichenko
MINSK, 1 March (BelTA) – Chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus Vladimir Andreichenko told journalists about his plans after the termination of his parliamentary term, BelTA has learned.
Journalists noted that Vladimir Andreichenko, who has been working in parliament for many years, did not run for a seat in the House of Representatives of the eighth convocation. In this regard, the journalists asked whether he planned to change his career path.
“You know, I started working officially in 1968. And I didn’t have a single disruption in my employment record. During all this time, I never had to look for a job or ask for a job: I was assigned to various positions and I fulfilled [the assigned tasks],” said Vladimir Andreichenko.
He emphasized that he will never cut his ties with his native Vitebsk Oblast (Vladimir Andreichenko was born in Liozno District and is now an authorized representative of the head of state in Vitebsk Oblast). “I’ll go there,” he added, though it remained unclear whether he was joking or was serious.

Vladimir Andreichenko was elected to the BSSR Supreme Soviet of the twelfth convocation. He was a member of the Council of the Republic of the first, second and third convocations, chairman of the House of Representatives of the fourth, fifth and sixth convocations. Since December 2019, he has been speaker of the lower house of parliament of the seventh convocation.

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