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Alyaksandr Ivanavich Tsvikyevich (Belarusian: Аляксандр Іванавіч Цвікевіч, Polish: Alaksandr Ćwikiewicz; 22 June 1888 – 30 December 1937) was a Belorussian politician, historian, jurist and a philosopher. He served as a Prime Minister of Belarus for two years from 23 August 1923 until October 1925. His interest featured philosophy and history. He worked as a jurist and lawyer. He was also a professor in National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.
Alyaksandr Ivanavich Tsvikyevich
Аляксандр Іванавіч Цвікевіч
Portrait of Alyaksandr Tsvikyevich
|Died||30 December 1937 (aged 49)|
|Education||Saint Petersburg State University|
|Occupation||Politician, historian, jurist, philosopher|
He was born in June 1888 in Brest, Belarus. He was a member of Belarusian Socialist Revolutionist Party in the 1920s. On 23 August 1923, he became the Prime Minister of Belarus. He resigned as a prime minister in October 1925. He was executed on 30 December 1937, aged 59. He was succeeded by Vaclau Lastouski. His brother was Ivan Tsvikyevich.