14 June 2001 MINSK, 14 June (Racyja)--Three months prior to the presidential elections in Belarus, Viktar Chikin, chairman of the National Television and Radio Company--President Alyaksandr Lukashenka's main propaganda tool--resigned "for health reasons." Chikin's resignation follows criticism from Uladzimer Zamyatalin, deputy head of the presidential administration, that Chikin had not properly managed the company. Observers […]

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