Kastusyou unveiled his election program

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The program is called "Freedom and responsibility. Economic growth. Independence and Euro-Atlantic choice."

The document states that "Gregory Kastusyou and BPF go to the presidential election in order to protect the vital interests of the Belarusian people."

"National interests above all else — this is our principle," highlights in the program.

Main items: (list)

— Returning to the principle of the rule of law and separation of powers.

— The reduction of the state apparatus.

— Freedom of the press is protected by the state. Independent media will present the "fourth estate". Will be abolished the state monopoly on television and radio.

— Revision of undemocratic legislation passed.

— Crimes of the authoritarian regime should not remain unpunished.

— This will create the conditions for the free development of small and medium-sized businesses, the favorable conditions for the lending business.

— The duty on all types of goods that are not produced in Belarus should be abolished.

— Economic integration with the EU means access of our products to European markets.

— The introduction of a strong national currency — the thaler.

— Review of all international agreements that do not meet the national interests.

— The output of the Customs Union, the Union State.

— The return of national symbols — Chases and white-red-white flag.

— Energy cooperation with other countries should be an alternative to Russian imperialism.

— For the sake of the Belarusian nation from the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster will be declassified complete information on the impact of its effects on the health of the nation.

— Will put a barrier illegal migration. The border with Russia will be installed and securely supported to ensure a smooth relationship between the decent citizens, but to defend Belarus from crime.

— North Atlantic Treaty Organization should be the guarantor of the independence our country.

— Accession Republic of Belarus to the European Union must reference Belarusian foreign policy.

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