- n. A transliteration of a Ukrainian surname.
- From Ukrainian Лукашенко (Lukašénko). (Wiktionary)
“On Thursday, Rice met with members of the Belarussian opposition, lending strong support to their campaign to end what they call Lukashenko's iron-fisted rule.”
“Lukashenko is clearly up to the job: it has been alleged that during a crucial 1996 referendum he and his forces added a million paper ballots to the voting boxes at the last minute, bending the outcome to their will.”
“But Mr. Poczobut says he will continue to call Lukashenko what he is.”
“Poczobut's trial was closed to his wife and supporters, but he said the court told him the libel was that he had called Lukashenko a dictator.”
“Even facing more prison, Mr. Poczobut says he will continue to call Lukashenko what he is.”
“The United States has called Lukashenko Europe's last dictator for suppressing human rights, stifling free speech and fixing elections.”
“Mafia godfather'Russian state TV aired a documentary calling Lukashenko a mafia godfather.”
“One of the detained demonstrators, Maxim Vinyarsky, called Lukashenko "a dictator who stole power and takes political prisoners.”
“Russia rebuffed the claim, with a spokesman for gas giant Gazprom calling Lukashenko's demands baseless.”
“President George W. Bush dubbed Lukashenko's regime "the last dictatorship in Europe.”
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