MP: Promises to repair roads are shenanigans

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CEC chairperson Lidziya Yarmoshyna has complained that very few candidates say what they will do "to solve the problems of inhabitants
of small towns, districts, regional centres and certain Minsk districts".

In fact, there are such candidates. For
example, Mihail Savanovich has claimed that it is necessary to repair the
stadiums in some Minsk schools and repair some parks and squares.

MP Uladzimir Mayorau calls the promises to increase
the number of parking lots and to repair the roads a cheap populism.

Uladzimir Mayorau: “You have to be realistic
and avoid shenanigans. People will believe you and start hoping but will be disappointed
in the end".

MP Aleh Vyalichka has supported his colleague.
Such promises are up to the executive power!

Aleh Vyalichka: "This work should not be
done by the executive power, MPs should not promise to do the job of the executive
power".  

CEC secretary Mikalai Lazavik has also admitted
that MPs cannot redeem such promises.

All Euroradio's interlocutors claimed: the
only thing an MP can do is "inform the authorities about a problem and ask
to solve it". They should not promise to repair, rebuild or increase anything...