03.06.2010 00:43  |  English » News

There are 138 true national deputies from the BCD who really work in their districts taking an active part in public life. And they managed to make a difference. These results have been announced today by the leaders of the Belarusian Christian Democracy during their press conference in Minsk.


According to Vital Rymasheuski, the party’s co-chairman, the most important result of establishing the Council of national deputies is the ability to control local authorities in various regions of Belarus.


“The Council of national deputies has been set up for the purpose of working closely with local residents and helping them to solve those problems which arise in their regions”, Vital Rymasheuski said.


“We are also very glad that this initiative is greatly helping our party to prepare local leaders who will later provide a significant support for the BCD in both the presidential campaign and all other political and public campaigns in which the party will participate”.


A number of national deputies told the journalists about the results of their work. They include Tatsyana Buraya from Minsk, Vyachaslau Sheleg from Babruysk, Mikalay Bausyuk from Hrodna, Tamara Zaytsava from Kalinkavichy, Zmitser Kuhley from Masty, Dzianis Sadouski from Minsk.


National deputies collect signatures and submit them to local authorities in order to solve any topical problems that local residents face. Thus, a lot of problems have been tackled in various Belarusian towns thanks to the deputies’ efforts. Those problems included reorganizing, remodeling and repairing courtyards, porches and stairwells, constructing playgrounds for children, arranging new parking spaces, improving and equipping rest areas and trading places.


Press-centre of the Belarusian Christian Democracy

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