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by Barbara Oertel In the spring of 1996, Syamyon Sharetsky, then chairman of the Belarusian Supreme Soviet, said he saw signs of a rising fascist dictatorship in his country. Few took his words seriously. Now, one year after that parliament was dissolved, Sharetsky’s worst fears seem to be coming to life. With most foreign organizations […]