Belaya Rus

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Belaya Rus
Белая Русь
Leader Alexander Radkov
Founded 2007
Headquarters Minsk
Ideology Pro-Lukashenko
Political position Big tent
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Politics of Belarus
Political parties

Belaya Rus (Belarusian for "White Ruthenia"; Cyrillic: "Белая Русь") is a Belarusian public association founded on 17 November 2007 to support President Alexander Lukashenko. It is based on the idea of Vladimir Putin's United Russia party, but is not registered as a political party.[1] The leader of the association is minister of Education of Belarus, Alexander Radkov (Russian: Александр Радьков). The organisation has a membership of over 130,000.[2]


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