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News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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, Anatol was blocked in his parents’ house

News – belsat.eu, Anatol Bokun, leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, detained, on May 9, 2021 10:20 AM at 10:20 AM

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Unidentified people have detained a leader of the Belaruskali strike committee, Anatol Bokun, the telegram channel of the strike committee reports. Nevertheless, Anatol managed to report that he was being detained.

Anatol Bokun. Photo: saligprskorg / Vkontakte

In the morning, Anatol reported that unknown persons blocked him in his parents’ house and were likely to detain him. However, the circumstances of the incident remain unclear.

Co-chairman of Belaruskali striking committee Anatol Bokun has been detained more than once before. He has served a total of 55 days in jail since August 31, of which 40 days in a row. In December, a group of people, including Anatol, was detained in the Four Elements Park in Salihorsk. However, all the detainees were released from the police department with protocols filed under Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code.

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News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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, Here’s how ‘the buyer votes with their money’

News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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News – belsat.eu, Bookstore lists most popular books in Belarus, on May 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places on the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, the author of several children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor.” Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The books that occupy the fifth through sixth places in Belarusian are those by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh, and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga.’

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money.’

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Still from the film ‘1984’

Head of Belkniga, Alyaksandr Vashkevich, gave an interview to the Russian “Literaturnaya Gazeta” about the most popular books in Belarus by sales figures.

The first two places of the list are occupied by the books of speech therapist Nadezhda Zhukova, who is the author of a number of children’s educational aids.

“The third position is the work of Viktar Martsinovich ‘Revolution’ in the Belarusian language, publishing house “Knigazbor”. Fourth place – Orwell’s ‘1984 and’ ‘Animal Farm,’ from AST Publishers. The fifth through sixth places are occupied by the books in Belarusian by Uladzimir Karatkevich – ‘Spikes under your sickle’ and ‘The Wild Hunt of King Stakh’ (issued by “Belarus”),” said Vashkevich.

The top ten also includes “Three Comrades” by Erich Maria Remarque, as well as the Belarusian-language “Magic Tales. How the Witchman Turned into a Wolf” by ‘Yanushkevich’ Publishers and “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. Rounding out the rating is ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess.

“I would add books by Bykau, Adamovich, Melezh and Alexievich to this list,” said the head of the publishing house ‘Belkniga’.

He explained that the rating does not assess “neither the talent of the author, nor the content of the work or its merit,” but only how ‘the buyer votes with their money’.

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News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

News – belsat.eu, Former politician calls Lukashenka ‘fighter for Hitler’s orders’, on May 9, 2021 5:41 AM at 5:41 AM

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On May 6, the video address of Syamion Sharetski, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus of the XIII convocation, was published on the Youtube channel LifeFeed to mark Victory Day.

Syamion Sharetski was born before the beginning of the Second World War, in 1936. His father and uncle were killed in that war. He said that he still remembers May 9, 1945, when he heard the news of the victory of the anti-Hitler coalition and took as an insult the statement of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who had said that he “wants to build such a state and establish such order as existed in Germany during Hitler.” Lukashenka did not make such a statement publicly but praised Hitler’s order in an interview in late 1995.

“And now embittered and distraught from being distrusted by an absolute majority of voters in the past August 9, 2020 elections, continuing to usurp power in the republic, [Lukashenka] is carrying out with his criminal desires, resulting in deaths, hundreds maimed, thousands imprisoned in jails and concentration camps,” said Sharetski.

He congratulated the Belarusians on Victory Day and wished “endurance, courage, and a speedy deliverance from the regime, which is headed by a fighter for Hitler’s orders.”

The Supreme Soviet (parliament) of the Republic of Belarus existed in 1991-1996 as a successor of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR. Until 1994 it was the supreme body of power. It consisted of 260 deputies of one chamber. Stanislau Shushkevich was the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Belarus and the de-facto head of the state, who had been the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR since September 9, 1991. In 1994, he was succeeded by Miachyslau Hryb, and in 1996 the position was taken by Syamion Sharetski. The activity of the Supreme Soviet was terminated following the 1996 referendum, when the new Constitution proposed by Lukashenka was adopted, which significantly expanded its powers. The Supreme Soviet was replaced by the House of Representatives, the lower house of the National Assembly (in early 1997, the upper house, the Council of the Republic, was also formed). It was loyal to Lukashenka.

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, On the occasion of Victory Day, Sharetsky wished the Belarusians “a speedy liberation from the regime of the fighter for Hitler’s order.”

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.

FOX News, On eve of WWII Victory Day, Belarus opposition says fascism is alive and well in their country, on May 8, 2021 9:27 PM at 9:27 PM

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It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.
, It was a hard fought victory, and the movement for change sees symbolism in May 9. The few public events were scheduled as an opportunity for people to come out and show their patriotism.