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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

“Shovel teeth”: Lukashenka promised cool to deal with “parasites”


President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko confirmed the determination to eradicate unemployment in the country — by his own admission, “specific methods”. From his point of view has to work all Belarusians, as the “unemployed class” can be created.


photo: Lily Sharlovskoe

Political statement Lukashenko made in Brest, where he was acquainted with the socio-economic development of the city. Speaking on employment, the President said: there are people who can work, but “stalling”. The task of the authorities Lukashenko sees the creation of “parasites” such conditions which force them to go to work.

Lukashenko also reminded about the new decree about “social parasites”, or “social parasitism”, which is prepared by October. It will significantly expand the powers of local authorities.

See also: “Lukashenko declared parasites 300 thousand people, they take the tax”

“We pull out people’s personalities: who can but don’t want to, who wants, but cannot, and those who have shovel teeth – and went to work”, – quotes the Belarusian leader’s press service. Say, let no one take offense.

Protests against the first version of the decree on parasitism were held in many cities of Belarus. It turned out that the “parasites” on welfare without paying contributions recorded farmers, migrant workers, writers and others.

According to the decree “On social parasitism”, a parasite recognized the man who did not pay contributions or pay them less than 183 days in a year. The tax is 20 Belarusian basic units for $ 12 each.

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