25 February 1995 Syarhei Antonchyk, parliamentary deputy active with trade unions. He delivered a lengthy report to parliament in December that accused some members of Lukashenka’s administration of corruption. Stanislau Bahdankevich, head of the National Bank of Belarus. A strong opponent of the monetary union with Russia, he also sought to end credits to unproductive […]

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