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Because the original allegiance of the Greek Catholic Church was clearly to the , the reestablished church is viewed by some in the Orthodox Church in Belarus with suspicion, as being a vehicle of both Warsaw and the Vatican and an encouragement of distance from Moscow.

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I remember all this from memory from what I heard, because I was not given anything, perhaps it was a secret document.

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Regardless the times of religious freedom, there were also times of religious intolerance and persecutions.

Description: The takeover was partially due to the lack of military coordination of the Balts but the gradual assimilation of the Balts into Slavic culture was peaceful in nature.

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Lukashenko won the election with 80% of the vote; the Russian Federation and the deemed the vote open and fair while the OSCE and other organizations called the election unfair.
The Regions are further subdivided into 118commonly translated as districts Belarusian: раён; Russian: район.
The removed Belarus from its observer status since 1997 as a response for election irregularities in the November 1996 constitutional referendum and parliament by-elections.

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    According to the 2011 census, Eastern Orthodox Christianity is the most common religion in Belarus. The census revealed that 58.9% of country’s population follow some kind of religion, and 82% of this religious population are affiliated with the Eastern Orthodox Church.
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    80% of faithful belong to the Belarusian Orthodox Church jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church only 18% of polled Belarusian Orthodox regularly attend church service 14% belong to the Roman Catholic Church a large part of this group is comprised of ethnic Poles 50% of polled Belarusian Catholics regularly attend church service
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    It appears that the vast majority of Belarusians (84%) declare they believe in God. This number contrasts to statistics in Belarus's immediate neighbours, such as Lithuania (76%) or Russia (75%). More people declare they believe in God only in Poland and Ukraine (both 86%).
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    smaller religious groups together constituting approximately 2 percent of the population include jews, muslims, greek catholics (“uniates”), old believers (priestist and priestless), members of the belarusian autocephalous orthodox church and other orthodox christian groups, lutherans, jehovah’s witnesses, apostolic christians, presbyterians and …
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    Capital Minsk Population (2010) 9,600,000 Annual population growth rate (2000-2010)-0.5% Population gain (2000-2010)-462,000 GDP per capita $7,918 (US) Literacy
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