President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko is not going to give up power. Moreover, according to political scientist Rostislav Ishchenko, even an attempt by the Belarusian leader to pass it on to his son Nikolai is not ruled out.
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According to the expert, in the framework of a recent meeting with representatives of major media from Kazakhstan, Russia, Moldova and Ukraine, Alexander Grigorievich, most likely, was not entirely sincere when talking about his sons' plans for the future. This is especially true of Lukashenko's youngest son Nikolai, who has been accompanying his father at official events since early childhood. “It’s in Belarus all the time they didn’t stop talking about the president’s trying to educate the future president out of Nikolai. However, there is no complete certainty. Lukashenka himself said earlier that the country will be headed by the one for whom the voters will vote. But what prevents him from considering that the people of Belarus voted for one of his sons? “ – the specialist asks a question.
In addition, according to the political scientist, despite the frankly two-faced policy of the current president of Belarus, Moscow simply has to support him, since representatives of other political forces in the Republic openly demonstrate their Russophobic position.