Despite that, Uladzimir Hancharyk is the main rival of the last authoritarian leader in Europe by Yuri Svirko MINSK, Belarus–When Belarusians go to the polls to elect their president on 9 September, many of them might feel that they have no choice in the matter. With his strong-arm tactics and often open disregard for democratic […]

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