Lukashenko: "I am not going to be the president once the new Constitution is in place"

Lukashenko: "I am not going to be the president once the new Constitution is in place"
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"I am not going to be the president once the new Constitution is in place", said Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko during his meeting with employees of Minsk City Clinical Hospital No.6 on 27 November, APA reports citing BelTA.

"I am not going to shape the Constitution to suit my needs. I am not going to be the president once the new Constitution is in place. This is why calm down and weather it calmly", stressed Belarus President.

"I will never allow someone to hit the wrong note in the course of adopting the new Constitution or rig an election in line with the new Constitution later on. Even if I know it is not something I want. Why? Because the Belarusian nation has to go through what it needs to go through. We'd better do it now, without a war. It would be worse if we are forced to go to war,” noted Lukashenko.

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