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Who is “Europe’s last dictator”?

Four years ago Belarus’s dictator, Alexander Lukashenko, stole a presidential election. Belarusians have just voted again, in parliamentary and local polls. This time there was little chance of a repeat of the protests that followed the rigged vote in 2020. How has Mr Lukashenko tightened his grip?

00:00 - Why Lukashenko is called “Europe’s last dictator”
00:57 - How Lukashenko came to power
01:29 - Why Lukashenko is dependent on Putin

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