Belarus’s Struggle for Democracy

A former high-ranking government official in Belarus, Pavel Latushka has witnessed President Lukashenko’s system of power from the inside.

After a sham election triggered widespread protests, he joined the ranks of the resistance to the regime. Now in political exile, Latushka speaks about the struggle to keep the Belarusian pro-democracy movement alive.

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Advisor and Writer on the changing geopolitical and economic world order. (www.roderickkefferpuetz.com )

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Advisor and Writer on the changing geopolitical and economic world order. (www.roderickkefferpuetz.com )

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