By the time he was seven years old, he had met Pope Benedict XVI, the former president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and the then-president of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, who gave him a golden pistol.He has presided over military parades in a replica of his father’s own uniform, and been photographed around major military exercises with the golden sidearm in the belt of his camouflage uniform.During the period, “Live Cinema”, live dubbing of the movies will support small children who can not read subtitles.
Exit polls released after voting needed on Sunday evening saw Mr Lukashenko heading for a landslide victory with over 80 per cent of the vote.
The Belarussian Academy of Sciences' Insitute of Sociology predicted Mr Lukashenko would receive 82.9 per cent of the vote.
“When I see this young kid being used to humiliate foreign leaders, I just feel sorry for him,” said Andrei Sannikov, a former opposition presidential candidate now living in exile.
“I don’t understand why they put up with it.” The Belarussian constitution sets 35 as the minimum age for a president, meaning Mr Lukashenko would have to serve another 25 years to ensure the succession. But Kolya is also very young, and that is very deliberate: it sends the message; ‘I may be grooming my son for power, but you won’t be rid of me anytime soon,” said Andrew Wilson, a senior policy fellow at the European Council for Foreign Relations and an expert on post-Soviet politics.
Prof Wilson added: “It’s a matter of realpolitik, not human rights.
This was the second straight game that Australia (5-0) trailed by double digits in the second half.When Kolya he high-fived Hugo Chavez in 2012, his suit jacket slipped back to reveal a holstered pistol on his belt.Mr Lukashenko has refused to reveal the identity of Nikolai’s mother, but he is widely believed to be the son of Irina Abelskaya, the president’s former personal doctor and at least his second mistress since becoming president.He recently rejected Russian demands to build an airbase in Belarus, a move that will reassure Western security officials worried about the Kremlin’s military plans in eastern Europe.“Mr Lukashenko has long used these pendulum tactics.The Aussies rallied from 16 down to edge Japan, and this time Belarus led by as much as 13 in the third.