Updated at 11:50,16-10-2017

Wall Street Journal: How Belarusians laugh at their ruler

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The American newspaper told how Belarusians make fun of the Lukashenka.

In an article titled 'Belarusians fight repressions with comics' The Wall Street Journal tell about caricatures of the Belarusian ruler, spread through the internet. Different aspects of the dictator’s domestic and foreign policies are made fun of in them. An organization 'Belarusians in exile' is the author of the caricatures.

"Caricatures that highlight different sides of Lukashenka’s dictatorial rule appear regularly. They are on the topics of arms trade and money laundry for Syria and Iran, beating of protesters and attempts to circumvent European sanctions", - the newspaper says.

The latest caricatures are devoted to European financial institutions, which were suspected of cooperating with the Belarusian regime, the creation of fake human rights organization by the authorities and also dictators’ lobbyists in Western countries.

Wall Street Journal: How Belarusians laugh at their ruler

Wall Street Journal: How Belarusians laugh at their ruler

Wall Street Journal: How Belarusians laugh at their ruler