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Video: Kalyakin reelected chairman of Spravedlivy Mir party

Syarhey Kalyakin, the long-time leader of the "Spravedlivy Mir" (Just World) Belarusian Party of the Left, was reelected chairman of the opposition party at its 18th convention that wrapped up in Minsk on Sunday.
Around 170 delegates from across Belarus took part in the convention of the party, which had been known as the Belarusian Party of Communists before October 2009.
Almost all delegates voted for the reelection of the 62-year-old Kalyakin. No one voted against and a few persons abstained.
Valery Ukhnalyow, Anatol Lashkevich, Alyaksey Yeliseyew and Kanstantsin Mishchanka were reelected deputy chairmen.
Born in Minsk on June 16, 1952, Mr. Kalyakin graduated from Minsk Institute of Radio Engineering in 1977 and from Belarusian State University in 1992. In the Soviet era, he served as a Komsomol and Communist Party official.
In the early 1990s, Mr. Kalyakin served as head of the administration of the Savetski district in Minsk.
He was a member of the Supreme Soviet (parliament) in 1995 and 1996, until the Supreme Soviet was disbanded by Alyaksandr Lukashenka, and the bicameral National Assembly was set up.
Mr. Kalyakin became a member of the Belarusian Party of Communists in 1991 and was elected leader of the party in 1994.




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