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Lukashenko sign a decree on the protection of the constitutional order of Belarus

The Eastern Herald 09 May 2021
Lukashenko to sign a decree on the transfer of power to the Security Council in an emergency Germany, France and Italy support Lukashenko’s dictatorship in Belarus Protests in Belarus on October 11 against the fascist regime of Lukashenko Lukashenko said the need for a new Constitution for Belarus.
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Lukashenka Signs Contingency Decree On Presidential Powers

Radio Free Europe 09 May 2021
Belarus's authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka has signed a decree allowing the transfer of presidential powers to the country's Security Council if he is killed or otherwise unable to perform his duties ... about how power in Belarus will be set up.
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Lukashenko signs decree to amend emergency transfer of power – Belta

Metro USA 09 May 2021
Lukashenko said in April he was planning to change the way power in Belarus is set up.
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EuropeLukashenko signs decree to amend emergency transfer of power - Belta

Reuters 09 May 2021
Lukashenko said in April he was planning to change the way power in Belarus is set up.
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Lukashenko Signs Decree to Amend Emergency Transfer of Power

The Epoch Times 09 May 2021
Lukashenko said in April he was planning to change the way power in Belarus is set up.
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News in Brief

Kayhan 09 May 2021
Myanmar’s army has struggled to impose order since seizing power on Feb ... Lukashenko said in April he was planning to change the way power in Belarus is set up. Previously, if the president’s position became vacant, or he was unable to fulfil his duties, power would be transferred to the prime minister until a new president took oath.
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Lithuanian president plans to warn EU leaders about Belarusian nuclear plant by handing out copies ...

Russia Today 06 May 2021
Lithuania’s President Gitanas Nauseda plans to warn EU leaders about the dangers supposedly posed by Belarus’ recently built nuclear power plant by handing out copies of the hit HBO series ‘Chernobyl... Lithuania has been engaged in a lengthy row with Belarus over the power plant, which came online in November 2020.
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Noted Belarusian Lawyer Who Defended Independent Journalists Leaves Country

Radio Free Europe 03 May 2021
Zikratski announced his decision to leave Belarus in a Facebook post on May 3, saying that while abroad he will "do everything" he can "to change the situation in Belarus.".
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Chronicling The Bloody Belarus Crackdown An Imperative For Online News Editor, Despite Pressure

Radio Free Europe 02 May 2021
No election in Belarus under Lukashenka, in power since 1994, had been deemed free or fair by the West, and this one was no different, ...
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Canada scores five power play goals, rout Switzerland at U18 World Championship

TSN Canada 01 May 2021
... Saturday against Belarus (2-0-1). Brennan Othmann, Corson Ceulemans, each added a power play goal in the third period. .
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The safety of nuclear power is paramount

B & FT Online 29 Apr 2021
The previous discussions delved into the immediate causes that triggered the three major nuclear power accidents ... The Renaissance of Nuclear Power ... In the last decade, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has had 4 nuclear power plants constructed by South Korea, while Belarus, Turkey and Bangladesh are currently constructing their first power reactors.
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Xinhua Photo Daily | April 27, 2021

Xinhua 27 Apr 2021
The Chernobyl nuclear power plant, some 110 km north of the Ukrainian capital Kiev, witnessed one of the worst nuclear accidents in human history on April 26, 1986, when a series of explosions ripped through the No.4 reactor, spreading radiation across Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and other European countries.
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Lithuanian Leader Uses Chernobyl Anniversary to Brand Belarusian NPP 'Threat' to EU

Urdu Point 26 Apr 2021
VILNIUS (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 26th April, 2021) Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said on the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) disaster in then-Soviet Ukraine that Belarus' modern Astravets NPP posed a threat to the safety of all EU citizens ... ....
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Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Pictures

NBCBayArea 26 Apr 2021
4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exploded and contaminated parts of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia with radioactive fallout, Ukrainian authorities are looking to cultivate the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone into a preserved monument in remembrance of the world's worst nuclear accident.
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