MINSK, February 11. /TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that he would leave office if there were no protests in the country, along with order and security guarantees for his supporters, he said on Thursday during the Belarusian People's Congress in Minsk.
"My main condition for leaving office is that there be peace, order in the country, no protests, no attempts to destabilize the country, and that people express their opinion within the law. This is the main condition. The second condition is that if other people come into power, if they have different views, not one hair shall fall of your heads, heads of those who support the current president," he stressed.
Lukashenko added that it is important that the Belarusian People's Congress is a constitutional body, "and if the social contract is breached, the People’s Congress will hold all the power.".