This, he says, is justified because anyone who takes to the streets is participating in a kind of guerrilla warfare.
Lukashenko kept many industries under the control of the government.
Opposition members and supporters demonstrated in protest.
On 19 March 2006, exit polls showed Lukashenko winning a third term in a landslide, amid opposition reports of vote-rigging and fear of violence.
In addition, he discussed the establishment of camps, surrounded by barbed wire, where protesters will be detained until the situation calms down.
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Despite clearly contradicting Article 89 of the constitution, Belarusian authorities praised the decree and declared it fully complies with legislation and is constitution.
Starting with an interview given in 2009 Lukashenko has said that his actual birthday is 31 August, the same as his son's.