The Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko reminded the former Prime Minister and some prominent ministers and appointed their successors. The presidential office reported the biggest changes in the cabin of the past four years.
Reorganization of the government came a few days after Lukashenko criticized his members for inefficiency and lack of discipline, wrote Reuters and DPA. "In this country has always been the rule", declared the President Saturday in Minsk. (19659003) Lukashenko, who has been a hard ruler of the former Soviet republic since 1994, has been appointed as the new prime minister of the current head of the development bank of the Republic of Belarus, Siarheja Rumasa. He was replaced by Andreja Kabiakova, who had been Prime Minister since 2014. The president has also appointed four new deputy prime ministers and new heads of economy, communications, industry and construction ministries
Already in the Cabinet meeting last Tuesday Lukashenko in angry versions before he had cameras & # 39; s (19459004) According to his he does not fulfill his instructions, they act indifferently and are unable to keep his posts