THREE WAYS OUT OF BELARUSIAN PARLIAMENT’S DILEMMA.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 32
Mechislav Hryb, speaker of the old Belarusian parliament, told old and new deputies June 12 that there were only three ways out of the dilemma which arose when voters failed to fill a majority of the seats in the new assembly: a special session of the old parliament to change quorum requirements, the inclusion of old deputies in the new body, or the disbanding of the old parliament without any decision at all, Moscow radio reported. Belarus may have a reason to act quickly: the IMF said June 10 that Minsk must come up with an economic plan by July 25 or the world body will drop plans to give Belarus $250 million in credits this year.
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