President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he tried to shoot for the rejection of liberal reforms. On Friday, April 21, he said, addressing a message to Parliament and the Belarusian people, reports the portal tut.by.
"I'm still quite snotty President talked about the fact that we have no money to risk it and go for some reforms. And suddenly fail? Through all I went through, and impeachment, and to kill, and shoot, and [Mikhail] Myasnikovich hung on a pole in the square before the Palace of the Republic. We went through it, survived," — said Lukashenko.
He added that Belarus has no money for liberal reforms. "In America there. Wrong — the print, the whole world will pay for it. And what we fail then these holes to close? I have always been careful and cautious and not rushed at fresh ideas," explained the head of state.
A day earlier, Lukashenka said, that his country is useless in the West. "There's such good as Belarus, and enough without it. And I love the West, you remember from those times. Nothing here has changed. We are living in the heart of Europe, forced to pursue such a policy," he said.
Mikhail Myasnikovich from 2010 to 2014, he headed the government of Belarus. Since January 2015 he is the Chairman of the upper house of Parliament — Council of the Republic of the National Assembly. About trying to hang Myasnikovich informed nothing was reported.
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