Top 20 Politician celebrities in Belarus
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Politician celebrities [Updated May 24, 2022].
Alexander Lukashenko was born
on August 30, 1954
in Kopys, Belarus.
He has been accused by international audiences of creating a dictatorship in Belarus.
Catherine Breshkovsky was born
on January 13, 1844
She formed a socialist revolutionary group after her exile to Siberia and helped to organize the Socialist-Revolutionary Party in 1901.
Valeriya Novodvorskaya was born
on May 17, 1950
She received the Starovoytova award for "contribution to the defense of human rights and strengthening democracy in Russia."
Vincuk Viacorka was born
on July 7, 1961
He and his son were featured in the 2006 documentary A Lesson of Belarusian.
Alaksandar Milinkievic was born
on July 25, 1947
He was imprisoned for 15 days in 2006 for participating in an unsanctioned rally.
Sergei Sidorsky was born
on March 13, 1954
He served as the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus from 2001 to 2002.
Anatoly Chubais was born
on June 16, 1955
Politician responsible for the privatization of Russia who was also the head of the Russian Nanotechnology Corporation. Anatoly Chubais held the position of First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia from 1994 to 1996 and then again from 1997 to 1998.
British magazine Euromoney named him the World's Best Minister of Finance in 1997.
David Dubinsky was born
on February 22, 1892
Former President of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, and a founder of the American Labor Party. David Dubinsky also helped create the Congress of Industrial organizations, a federation of industrial unions.
David Dubinsky received the Presidential Medal of Freedom on January 20, 1969 for his life's work of protecting the working class.
Ivonka Survilla was born
on April 11, 1936
She is a painter whose work has been featured in more than 30 exhibitions.