17 October 2000 MINSK–When former Belarusian Prime Minister Mikhail Chyhir resigned in November 1996, the average wage in Belarus was around $100. Today it is less than $65. That is something Chyhir likes to stress in his current campaign in the country’s parliamentary elections. But when voters in the Minsk district where Chyhir is running […]

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