After years of political meddling, oppression, and uncivil society, the opposition faces an uphill battle in Belarus’ critical election year by Lionel Beehner Yury Khashchevatsky’s award-winning documentary film, An Ordinary President, is banned in his native country, Belarus. KGB officers have confiscated bootlegged copies of the film–which presents an unflattering characterization of President Alyaksandr Lukashenka–fined […]

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