Lukashenko has already signed a corresponding decree. June 3, the proposals for a new government were discussed at a meeting with the President of Belarus.
The event was attended by Chairman of the Council of the Republic Natalia Kochanova, Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko, Head of the Presidential Administration Igor Sergeyenko, and Secretary of the Security Council Andrei Ravkov.
Lukashenko explained that always on the eve of the election, the incumbent president determined the government in advance so that people, voting for or against, understood who would be involved in resolving pressing issues.
Lukashenko added that the formation of the composition of the future government began a long time ago - about six months ago.
The Belarus leader promised that there would be no revolution with a change of government, since "a sharp scrapping, replacement of all members of the government would be wrong."
As we reported before, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has announced amendments to the country's constitution