In two rounds of voting in the May elections, Belarusians failed to elect enough deputies to form a new parliament. But in the accompanying referendum, voters supported President Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s policy of integration with Russia by STINA MARKUS BELARUSIANS WENT TO the polls on 14 May to vote for a new parliament to replace the […]

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