Addressing his compatriots, the President stressed that in the Year of Peace and Creation, which is celebrated in the country, this holiday has special significance. The constitution, the greeting says, “reflects the age-old desire of Belarusians to determine their own path of development, to live in an independent state, to ensure the welfare of society through their work.”
Renewed at a crucial time for the country, it preserved the fundamental principles of peace, social justice, respect for past achievements, continuity of traditional values of the Belarusian people, and became a reliable basis for social life – stability political, well-coordinated and effective work of all branches of government.
In modern geopolitical conditions, unswerving observance of the provisions of the Basic Law, Lukashenka is convinced, “serves as a reliable guarantee of the protection of national interests, strengthens the legal basis of the Belarusian state”, makes the country even stronger and more prosperous.
The Constitution of Belarus, observers remind, has been in force since 1994 with amendments and additions adopted in the republican referendums of November 24, 1996, October 17, 2004 and February 27, 2022.
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