15 October 1997Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has spoken admiringly of the governing style of Adolf Hitler and has named Josef Stalin and Soviet secret services founder Felix Dzerzhinsky among his heroes. So Lukashenka may have been flattered when Syamion Sharetski, head of the democratically elected but since ousted Belarusian parliament (Supreme Soviet), published an article […]

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