All Belarusian People's Assembly

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The All Belarusian People's Assembly (Belarusian: Усебеларускі народны сход, Russian: Всебелорусское народное собрание) is a general meeting of the Belarusian Government with industry leaders and other top officials from every sector of the government. The citizens of Belarus are also permitted to take part of the discussion. The fourth and last recent session of the All Belarusian People's Assembly took place in December, 2010.

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A decree was passed by President Lukashenko on August 29, 1996 to announce the meeting of the first Assembly. The meeting was later held from October 19–20 of that same year. [1] The second Assembly took place in May 2001, the third in March 2006.

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