Lukashenko not to delegate power even Kolya
10:28, — Politics
Alexander Lukashenko has denied statements that the power will be transferred by inheritance.
In Belarus, there can be no demise. This was stated by Alexander Lukashenko on July 2 at the solemn meeting devoted to Independence Day of Belarus. According to the president, he often hears or reads, especially when the leaves Belarus, that "Lukashenko is going to be forever here."
"I reiterate, without finding excuses: my kids got enough of presidency due to their father," said Alexander Lukashenko.
According to him, he, as a relatively modest man, never says how honored he was to become the first Belarusian president in the independent country.
"I remember how much fight there was, as well as forecasts and opportunities to go deep into chaos. I promised myself then to do my utmost so that my successors would not even think to act dishonestly," said Alexander Lukashenko.
According to him, if he behaves dishonestly like many other tycoons around Belarus, every other president will be tempted to repeat it.
"I am the first President, your President and I just can’t afford it!" said Alexander Lukashenko.
During a visit of Alexander Lukashenko along with his youngest son Kolya to Venezuela on June 26, they spoke with President Hugo Chavez about the continuity of generations. "Some began to doubt the serious prospects of cooperation between Belarus and Venezuela. This is my son Nikalai. This suggests that we have laid the foundation for future cooperation here. So there is someone to take over in 20-25 years," said the Belarusian President.
Recently, June 22, Alexander Lukashenko said that in the1990s he, as president, had to modernize the constitution. According to it, he says, the president must be President to pull the country through.