The Zubr youth movement doesn’t want to allow for the possibility of Lukashenka’s victory by Alex Znatkevich MINSK, Belarus–With only days remaining before the 9 September presidential elections in Belarus, it’s not only the analysts who are predicting authoritarian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka will stay in power. Even many opposition activists are pessimistic. The nay-sayers insist […]

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