Belarusian opposition leaders describe election strategy

  • 2003-09-11
  • Matt Kovalick
VILNIUS - Five of the six largest Belarusian opposition parties have pledged tocooperate a year before parliamentary elections. "We have worked out plansof action of possible amendments to election legislation. We have a made aprincipal decision to create a single list of candidates. And, we havedecided to create a single message to all voters," said Anatoly Lebedko,chairman of the United Civil Party of Belarus. Parliamentary elections arescheduled to take place in October 2004."Some people thought that after the 2001 presidential election, whichLukashenko won by falsifying the results, th...
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