Myechyslaw Hryb

Myechyslaw Ivanavich Hryb (Belarusian: Мечыслаў Іванавіч Грыб, [mʲetʂɨˈsɫau̯ ɣrɨp], Russian: Мечислав Иванович Гриб, [mʲɪtɕɪˈsɫaf jɪˈvanəvʲɪtɕ ˈgrʲip] born on 25 September 1938) was the eleventh Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus from 28 January 1994 to 10 January 1996. In his capacity as the head of state, Hryb adopted the first Constitution of Belarus.[1] He succeeded Stanislav Shushkevich and was head of state from 28 January to 20 July 1994 until Alexander Lukashenko replaced him in the new office called President of Belarus, which became the new head of state office. He continued as a parliamentary speaker. Hryb is now a politician in the opposition and a member of the Social-Democratic Party.[2]

Myechyslaw Hryb
Мечыслаў Грыб (Belarusian)
Мечислав Гриб (Russian)
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Chairman of the Supreme Council Of Belarus
In office
28 January 1994 – 10 January 1996
Prime MinisterVyacheslav Kebich
Mikhail Chigir
Preceded byVyacheslav Nikolayevich Kuznetsov (acting)
Stanislav Shushkevich
Succeeded byAlexander Lukashenko (as head of state)
Anatoly Malofeyev (as Speaker of Parliament)
Personal details
Born
Myechyslaw Ivanavich Hryb

(1938-09-25) 25 September 1938 (age 82)
Sawicze, Poland
Political partyBelarusian Social Democratic Party (Assembly)
EthnicityBelarusian

In October 2020, Hryb was appointed by opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya to a Public Constitutional Commission as its Chairman, tasked with proposing democratic reforms to the Constitution of Belarus. This opposition panel is not recognized the government of Alexander Lukashenko.[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Мечислав Гриб: в Беларуси не исключен украинский сценарий". БДГ Деловая газета (in Russian). 2015-01-19. Retrieved 2018-04-16.
  2. ^ "Myechyslaw Hryb". Slounik. Retrieved 7 July 2014.
  3. ^ https://news.tut.by/economics/702887.html
  4. ^ https://t.me/tsikhanouskaya/205

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Political offices
Preceded by
Vyacheslau Kuznyetsov (acting)
Leader of Belarus
1994
Succeeded by
Alexander Lukashenko