If you asked an average European how many communist heads of state there are in Europe, most would answer correctly – one. However, if you asked who that might be, they would most certainly give a wrong (yet intuitively substantiated) answer – Lukashenko. While the Belarusian president is a dictator, the only European communist head of state is in fact Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias.
In fact, Christofias is a member of an 'elite' club of only several...
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