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district election commission in the Belarusian capital, Minsk, alleged
Wednesday that 15 percent of supporters’ signatures Alexander
Milinkevich submitted to get on the ballot were forged.

Milinkevich
said the decision was triggered by the “fear” of President Alexander
Lukashenko, who has ruled the nation of 10 million since 1994.

Lukashenko’s suppression of the opposition has led some Western officials to dub him “Europe’s last dictator.”

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