1. Adaptation and development of social infrastructure – education, healthcare, culture, and local governance – according to the values and needs of the Belarusian society
A comfortable social environment is the most important prerequisite for building up human and social capital. In the modern world, social and human capital are regarded as the main drivers of development. With these conditions, the knowledge, skills and expertise of Belarusians will be used in the best and most efficient way. People will have sufficient opportunities for self-actualization and the economy will have its "engine" of growth.
2. Independence of the judiciary from the other branches of government
Confidence in the protection of one's rights, declared in legislation, is a precondition for building long-term strategies of development, spurring innovation, and the functioning of business. This confidence can only be ensured by a just court system. Global experience suggests that the only way to have a just and effective court system is by protecting its independence from the other branches of government.
3. Redefining the role of the State in economic development. The State should stop being a "progressor" that governs and directs economic development and instead become a guarantor of the development of institutions and social infrastructureИзменение роли государства в экономическом развитии.
The State should not intervene in the economy with plans and tasks. The priorities of the State should include guaranteeing sovereignty, preventing crimes, enforcing the rule of law, fair competition, maintaining high-quality infrastructure, healthcare, education, and social protection. These are the ends towards which our taxes should be directed.
4. Creation of an equal and favorable business environment for all enterprises regardless of the form of ownership, size or industry
The state should not impose barriers for inherent redistribution of financial and human resources through business activity, and create artificial mechanisms of support for specific industries and companies. Belarusian citizens should have an opportunity to work where their labor is most efficient and most rewarded.
An important condition for the sustainable development of the private sector is the correspondence of legislation with the actual economic practices. Also, legal gaps should not be the reason for qualifying some activities as economic crimes. The State has to be guided by the principle of goodwill towards business.