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IVO publication about Slovakia’s path to democracy – published in Belarusian language

Top opposition leader of Belarus Mr. Alexander Milinkievic (in March 2006 the joint candidate of the United Democratic Forces for the post of president) and his wife Mrs. Ina Kulei, civic activist, introduced a book Славацкая надзея: досвед дэмакратычных трансфармацый. Браціслава - Мінск, 2006  (Slovak Hope. Lessons Learnt from Democratic Transformation in Slovakia) which has been prepared, co-authored, and edited by the Institute for Public Affairs. The editors are Martin Bútora, Grigorij Mesežnikov, and Miroslav Kollár.

In December 2006, Mr. Milinkievic and Mrs. Kulei briefly visited Bratislava on route to Strasbourg where Mr. Milinkevich received the European Parliament's Andrei Sakharov Freedom Award.

The introduction of this unique book took place symbolically on the Day of Human Rights – December 10.

Reviews on the publication Slovak Hope. Lessons Learnt from Democratic Transformation in Slovakia:

http://n-europe.eu/content/index.php?p=829

www.nmnby.org




Top opposition leader in Belarus Mr. Alexander Milinkievic and his wife Mrs. Ina Kulei during intoducing the publication Slovak Hope. Lessons Learnt from Democratic Transformation in Slovakia on Decemebr 10, 2006 in the premises of the Slovak Foreign Policy Assosiaction in Bratislava. Together with the authors of the publication – from left Pavol Demeš, Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Juraj Marušiak, Martin Bútora, Soňa Szomolányi, and Milan Zemko.




Mr. Alexander Milinkievic and Ms. Ina Kulei togehter with the authors of the publication Slovak Hope. Lessons Learnt from Democratic Transformation in Slovaki, from left Pavol Demeš, Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Martin Bútora, Soňa Szomolányi, Milan Zemko, Juraj Marušiak, and Alexander Duleba.




Mr. Alexander Milinkievic and Ms. Ina Kulei togehter with the authors of the publication Slovak Hope. Lessons Learnt from Democratic Transformation in Slovaki, from left Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Juraj Marušiak, and Martin Bútora.



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