Alexander Wojtowicz

Born January 5, 1938 in the village Rachkevich Kopyl district, Minsk region. Graduated from the Belarusian Municipal Institute (1960). Doctor of physical-mathematical sciences (1979), Doctor (1985), Corresponding Member (1986), Academician of the National Academy of Sciences (1996), member of the European Academy of Arts and Letters (1995).

After the physical faculty of BSU ’32 worked at the Institute of Physics of the Academy, has gone from a research assistant to the deputy director for scientific work. Then there was the director of the Institute of Molecular and Atomic Physics, Academy of Belarus, and from May 1997 — president of the State Academy of Belarus.

Member of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus (2000). December 19, 2000 elected chairman of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus, the second convocation.

July 28, 2003 because of the policy of the Council to be independent of Wojtowicz was withdrawn by presidential decree and addition time endured persecution. In 2006 participated in the presidential election campaign, but withdrew his candidacy.

Has a wife and son.

Merit: Municipal Prize Republic of Belarus (1996), the Order of "Symbol of Honor" (1981), Skarina (1998) medals.

Hours: 24 invention, 200 scientific papers, including: Magneto-gas Lazar. Mn., 1984; Lazar with anisotropic resonators. Mn., 1990 (together with V.N.Severykovym).

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In an interview with Radio Liberty Alexander Wojtowicz said: "Why did I stay in politics after the presidential election? Main objective — to bring to the public that the government is doing segodnyaschy very many that does not benefit the country. Such authority should be changed. Movement "Cooperation and Progress", which we did together with the Social Democratic Party (Hramada), and serves the purpose. "

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