Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has been at the top of the country for 25 years.
But the situation for the incumbent comes to a head in the presidential elections on August 9.
For the first time, the president who has been in office since 1994 has strong competitors.
But the authorities are tough on the most promising candidates – bringing thousands of demonstrators onto the streets.
29.07.2020 | Aktualisiert am 28.07.2020
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