The Presidential Election in Belarus, October 2015

  title={The Presidential Election in Belarus, October 2015},
  author={Charles D. Crabtree and Christopher J. Fariss and P. Schuler},
  journal={Political Institutions: The President \& Executives eJournal},
In this paper, we examine the 2015 Presidential Election in Belarus. In addition to discussing the results and effects of the election, we also provide information about the context of the election, the candidates for office, and the most important campaign issues. 


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