Belarusians in the last century have exhausted "limit revolutions and disasters," said Wednesday the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said at the All-Belarusian People's Assembly.
In Minsk, 22-23 June passes Belarusian People's Assembly. Its delegates are to discuss the provisions of the program of socio-economic development in 2016-2020 years, the draft of which was published shortly before the forum.
"Just I want to emphasize - no breaking of the current in our political system will not limit revolutions and disasters people are exhausted in the last century ... Now he wants to live in peace and prosperity, to build, rather than destroying their welfare and well-being of their young and sovereign state." - Lukashenka said.
He also warned against attempts to create instability in the country during the parliamentary elections to be held in Belarus in September 11.
"If someone nourishes hope to shake our stability during such an important political campaign as a parliamentary election, these attempts should be left on the sidelines", - he stressed.