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Europe's last czar

President Alexander Lukashenko is not afraid of an orange revolution during the Belarus elections in March.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[election] Last week criticized Aleksander Lukashenko Ukraine to support the opposition with money to remove him. But the "orange father" does not scare the Belarusian president.

- They do not even believe that they can beat Lukashenko, the president himself told the Russian TV channel NTV last week. Lukashenko is not alone in saying just that. The opposition's main candidate, Aleksander Milinkevich, believes that Lukashenko will get 80 percent of the vote in the presidential election on March 19. Without counting.

- They do not even have to wait. . .

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