MINSK, 20 October (BelTA) - Dialogue platforms is an open floor where we can hear each other, Svetlana Odintsova, a member of the Standing Committee on Healthcare, Physical Education, Family and Youth Policy of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, told the media, BelTA has learned.
“Dialogue platforms is an open floor to hear each other. Everyone, within their competence, can focus attention on the solution of any raised issue. Even if it is not situational, not today, but all this will certainly be taken into account, as it happens in parliament when discussing changes in legislation. It would be great to see everyone working in this direction, improving the legislation and creating the future,” Svetlana Odintsova said.
The MP stressed that protests create a lot of discomfort for many citizens. “The most important question to those who go to these protests: why do they not think about people who stay at home, or go to work or study, who want to have some rest. We used to wait for a weekend to attend a cultural event, to improve our health. Today people have to stay at home during these days,” she said.