Oct 11, 2015

Voters in Belarus set to give President Lukashenko 5th term

MINSK, Belarus (AP) — President Alexander Lukashenko was expected to win a fifth term in Sunday's election with ease, but he said anything much less than 80 percent of the vote would be a sign that his support was slipping. The authoritarian leader faced no serious competition in the election, which was boycotted by the opposition. Even before polls opened in the former Soviet republic, the...

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