The opposition is crying foul over Belarusian parliamentary elections and a local election commission member told TOL how she had crossed Gypsy names of the voting registers to boost voter turnout. Meanwhile, President Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s support is eroding and the opposition doesn’t seem to be gaining any in return by Alex Znatkevich MINSK–When Belarusians were […]

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