Henads Nawizki

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Cyrillic ( Belarusian )
Генадзь Навіцкі
Łacinka : Henadź Navicki
Transl. : Henadz 'Navicki
Transcr. : Henads Nawizki
Cyrillic ( Russian )
Геннадий Новицкий
Transl .: Gennadij Novickij
Transcr .: Gennady Novitsky

Henads Nawizki (born January 2, 1949 in Mahiljou ) is a Belarusian politician .

Nawizki studied at a polytechnic and at the party college. He then worked as an engineer in Mahiljou and the surrounding area. From 1977 to 1988 he was a member of the local provincial committee of the Communist Party of the Belarusian Soviet Republic . After the collapse of the Soviet Union , he took up the post of Minister for Architecture and Construction in the government of the now independent Republic of Belarus from 1994 and was Deputy Prime Minister from 1997. On October 10, 2001, he was appointed Prime Minister by President Aljaksandr Lukashenka . His successor was Sjarhej Sidorski from June 2003 to December 2010 .