Alexander Lukashenko is a Belarusian politician. Since 1994, the current president of Belarus.
During the perestroika, Alexander Lukashenko was elected people’s deputy of the Supreme Council of Belarus. Later, the Communists for Democracy faction was formed in the Supreme Council, one of whose leaders was Lukashenko. Alexander Lukashenko in the Army In October 1991, an organizing committee was held in Minsk, which resulted in the creation of a new Party of National Consensus, in which Lukashenko was co-chairman for two years. From spring 1993 to summer 1994, the politician was at the helm of the temporary committee of the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption.
PRESIDENT OF BELARUS
During the election campaign, an attempt was made on Lukashenko, but no one was hurt. In 1994, Alexander Grigorievich became president of Belarus, gaining 80% of the votes in the second round. Pre-election campaign of Alexander Lukashenko.
Lukashenko has set the course for rapprochement with Russia and other CIS countries. In 1995, at the referendum, the Russian language was given the status of the state language, the state flag and the coat of arms were introduced. Despite the fact that more than 70% of those who voted in favor of changes to the Constitution at the referendum, in the summer of 1996 70 deputies of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus signed the impeachment of Lukashenko. However, after the recognition of Europe and the United States of changes in the main law of the country, the president received more authority, and his term was restarted since 1996. Alexander Lukashenko became the first president of Belarus.
In September 2001, Lukashenko won the presidential election in Belarus again in the first round with 75.65% of the vote. In 2004, following the results of the referendum, he was given the right to participate in the subsequent presidential elections. During this period, “Color revolutions” took place in Georgia and Ukraine, which increased the attention of the EU countries to the regime of government in Belarus. Alexander Lukashenko, in his policy, became close to Russia. For the third time, Alexander Lukashenko was elected to the presidency in March 2006. Elections not recognized by the OSCE were accompanied by protests led by other presidential candidates. In 2006, the EU and the US banned Lukashenko from entering their territories for two years. During this period, Alexander G. made the most important decision for the country to build the first nuclear power plant. Alexander Lukashenko on Euromaidan and Ukraine.
At the end of 2010, Lukashenko was re-elected for a fourth term, despite protests and discontent on the part of European leaders. In 2011, a financial crisis began in Belarus, the outcome of which was the devaluation of the Belarusian ruble and a sharp increase in prices. A year later, the crisis was overcome.
PERSONAL LIFE OF ALEXANDRA LUKASHENKO
Since 1975, Alexander Lukashenko has been married to Galina Rodionovna, whom he met in high school. Galina worked in a kindergarten, and later headed the department of the Mogilyov regional executive committee on improving the population. Now the couple live separately, but not officially divorced. Alexander Lukashenko and his wife Galina Read: 6 Russian men who captured foreign stars In a marriage with Galina, Alexander Grigorievich had two sons: Victor (1975) and Dmitry (1980). Alexander Lukashenko and his children: Victor and Dmitry Lukashenko has an illegitimate son Nikolay (2004), but it is not known for certain who the boy’s mother is. According to the basic version, Nikolay’s mother is the former chief physician of the Presidential Manager’s Hospital, as well as personal doctor Lukashenko Irina Abelskaya. With Nikolai, Aleksandr Grigorievich often appears at official events. Alexander G. also has seven grandchildren: Victoria (1998), Alexander (2004), Valeria (2009) and Yaroslav (2013) – the children of the eldest son, and Anastasia (2003), Daria (2004) and Alexander (2014) – the average. ALEXANDER LUKASHENKO NOW In 2015, Lukashenko was elected for a five-year presidential term. Two of his rivals recognized the victory of Alexander Grigorievich before the final vote count.