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Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule

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Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule

Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule

The amendments will be up for a referendum, scheduled for February 2022, and will be considered approved if more than 50% vote for them, with a turnout threshold at 50%.


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Alexander Lukashenko Alexander Lukashenko President of Belarus since 1994