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|Prime Minister of Belarus|
19 September 1991 – 21 July 1994
|Succeeded by||Mikhail Chyhir|
10 June 1936 |
Кonyushevschinа, Minsk voblast, Byelorussian SSR, USSR
Vyacheslav Frantsevich Kebich (Belarusian: Вячаслаў Францавіч Кебіч [vʲatʂaˈslaw kˈʲɛbʲitʂ], Russian: Вячесла́в Фра́нцевич Ке́бич; born 10 June 1936 in a village near Wołożyn, Poland) is a political figure from Belarus.
Prime Minister of Belarus
Other rôles and background
Kebich was also one of two candidates in the final running for President of Belarus in 1994, but losing to current leader Alexander Lukashenko by a wide margin. After that election, he has led the Belarusian Commerce and Financial Union and was member of the House of Representatives.
Before his career as a politician, Kebich worked as an engineer.
- Bernard A. Cook (2001). Europe since 1945: An Encyclopedia - Vol. 2. New York: Garland. p. 718. Retrieved 1 September 2013.
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