No prizes for guessing who the likely winner in this Sunday’s presidential elections in Belarus will be. Alexander Lukashenko looks set fair for a fifth term as president, as the man sometimes styled “Europe’s last dictator” enjoys widespread popularity at home.
This is partly because he has delivered GDP growth every year but one he has been in office, although critics say it is all about his total control.
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