Mikhail Myasnikovich

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Mikhail Myasnikovich (2011)
Cyrillic ( Belarusian )
Міхаіл Уладзіміравіч Мясніковіч
Łacinka : Michail Uładzimiravič Miasnikovič
Transl. : Michail Uladzimiravič Mjasnikovič
Transcr. : Mikhail Uladsimirawitsch Myasnikovich
Cyrillic ( Russian )
Михаил Владимирович Мясникович
Transl .: Michail Vladimirovič Mjasnikovič
Transcr .: Mikhail Vladimirovich Myasnikovich

Mikhail Mjasnikowitsch (born May 6, 1950 in Novy Snou near Njaswisch , Minskaja Woblasz , Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic , Soviet Union ) is a Belarusian politician. From December 28, 2010 to December 27, 2014, he was Prime Minister of Belarus . President Aljaksandr Lukashenka appointed Andrei Kabjakou as Myasnikovich's successor.

Mikhail Mjasnikowitsch graduated from the Institute of Civil Engineering in Brest in 1972 and in 1989 from the CPSU University in Minsk . His career in the state and party apparatus of what was then the Belarusian Socialist Soviet Republic (BSSR) began in 1983. From 1986 to 1990 he was Minister for Municipal Housing at the BSSR. From 1990 Mjasnikowitsch was Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers. In the 1994 presidential election, he headed the campaign team for candidate Vyachazlau Kebitsch . After the victory of Aljaksandr Lukashenka, however, he accepted his offer to become head of the presidential administration. In 2001 Myasnikovich left politics and became chairman of the presidium of the Belarusian Academy of Sciences. After the 2010 presidential elections , Lukashenka appointed him the new Prime Minister on December 28, 2010 and held the post until December 27, 2014.


Individual evidence

  1. sueddeutsche.de: Lukashenko fires heads of the government and the central bank