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14 March 2023, 14:46

Miklashevich explains interrelation between Constitution, national security

Piotr Miklashevich
Piotr Miklashevich

MINSK, 14 March (BelTA) – The updated Constitution fine-tunes Belarus' constitutional and legal development strategy amidst modern challenges, Chairman of the Constitutional Court Piotr Miklashevich said as he read out the final part of the Address of the Constitutional Court to the President and the National Assembly on the state of things with constitutional legality in the Republic of Belarus on 14 March, BelTA has learned.

“The updated Constitution of the Republic of Belarus, being the result of public consent, sets out a model of the political and socio-economic structure of the state and society, lays out a fine-tuned strategy for constitutional and legal development of Belarus in the face of existing challenges, acts as the basis to develop effective constitutional and legal mechanisms to maintain peace and national security, constitutional rights and freedoms of man and citizen, democracy, and state sovereignty,” Piotr Miklashevich noted.

The implementation of the constitutional amendments and the enforcement of constitutional legality necessitate the adoption of laws and other regulatory legal acts that would make the most of the regulatory potential of the country's fundamental law.

“The Constitutional Court believes that in the process of constitutionalization of law, it is necessary to ensure the consistency and quality of legislation, the transition to a balanced law-making policy aimed at the full implementation of constitutional norms-goals, norms-principles, norms-rules through the development of effective legislative mechanisms to protect human rights by the rule of law,” the chairman of the Constitutional Court added.

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