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09 November 2022, 09:52

MP: Belarus demonstrates that it is possible to develop evolutionary, not revolutionary

MINSK, 9 November (BelTA) - The Belarusian People's Congress is a body that will allow to weigh everything with a cool head and make the right decision, Igor Zavalei, member of the Standing Committee on Healthcare, Physical Education, Family and Youth Policy of the House of Representatives, said in an interview on BelTA's YouTube channel.

“I would like to mention the period, which became the starting point in the work on the draft laws on the Belarusian People's Congress, on civil society and political parties. It is, of course, August 2020. Then we looked at many things differently and realized that we need to change something in civil society,” Igor Zavalei said.

According to him, the Belarusian state demonstrates that it is possible to develop evolutionary, not revolutionary. “These are the laws that will help us do it most productively in legal terms, without destroying what we already have, but building further on. Unfortunately, the problem with all revolutions is that everything that has been created is broken. What has been built by head of state Aleksandr Lukashenko over the decades is probably the model which is unmatched in the world. If you take social policies, if you study all the benefits that are given to our women and young people, you will see there is no analogues in the world. All we have to do is just to understand that time passes, generations and attitudes change, and we have to take this into account,” the MP said.

“We must not just pass these laws, but work by them. They must be the basic tenets of our society as we continue to build. This will be the basis of popular power and balance between all branches of government, and no matter what happens outside our country or inside, it will not allow us to descend into chaos. We will have a body which will help us weigh everything with a cool head and make the right decision,” said Igor Zavalei.

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