In early November 2013 the Belarusian Christian Democracy's National Council took the decision concerning the way of BCD's involvement in the next local elections campaign. The local elections are due to take place before 24 March 2014.
BCD co-chairman, Pavel Seviarynets, expects his last day of imprisonment, which is the coming Saturday, 19 October 2013.
Young Christian Democrats reminded Belarusian people about kidnappings of Hanchar and Krasouski (+ photos)
On the 16thof September Christian democrats hold an informational action in memory of Belarusian politician Viktar Hanchar and businessman Anatol Krasouski.
The Belarusian Christian Democracy Party expresses indignation at the wild banditry committed against the daughter of its activist Viachaslau Sheleh from Babruisk (Mahileu region).
The Belarusian Christian Democracy is preparing a joint East European Democratic Forum for an effective response to the Russian chauvinist policies and authoritarianism,which is amplified in the region of the Eastern Europe.
We, the representatives of the public organisations, initiatives, and political parties - members of the organising committee of the annual "Chernobyl Way" dedicated to the 27th anniversary of the Chernobyl radiation disaster - express our protest against the actions of the Belarusian authorities, before, during and after the officially approved events of the "Chernobyl Way " on April 26, 2013.
The Young Christian Democrats (YCD) received a letter from the Ministry of Justice on 14 January 2013, in which the Ministry announced suspension of registration of the public association "Young Christian Democrats" for a month.
Regime in Belarus brings back practice of criminal prosecution for acting on behalf of unregistered organisation
On 22 October 2012 coordinator of the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party in Mahileu, Mr. Aleh Askionau, was called to KGB, where he was registered for “acting on behalf of an unregistered organisation”.
Executive secretary of the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party, Dzianis Sadouski, was one of the coordinators of the boycott campaign at the recent "parliamentary elections" in Belarus. On 28 August, 2012 he was abducted by the uknown while putting up boycott posters. He was later found in the police department of Frunze district in Minsk. The court of Frunze district of Minsk held a closed and secret session and "convicted" Mr. Sadouski to ten days of arrest.
In the looming prospect of parliamentary elections in Belarus, which are scheduled for September 23, 2012, co-chairman of Belarusian Christian Democracy Party Vital Rymasheuski made an open appeal to the head of the civil campaign “Tell the truth" Uladzimir Niaklajeu and the leader of the political movement "For Freedom" Aliaksandr Milinkevich and called them for joining their forces for unification of democratic opposition during the election campaign in 2012.
On 9 April 2012 the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) leaders, Vital Rymasheuski (co-chairman) and Dzianis Sadouski (executive secretary) held a press conference with regard to the refusal of the Supreme Court of Belarus to consider the complaint of the Party in relation to the Ministry of Justice’ decision to deny legal registration to the BCD.
Ronald Pofalla, MP, German Federal Minister for Special Affairs, demands to revise the decision of the Belarusian Justice Ministry on non-registration of the Belarusian Christian Democratic Party.
The Belarusian Ministry of Justice took the decision to refuse registration of the BCD dated 14 February 2012. We consider this decision as not compliant with the law and politically motivated.
Belarusian authorities want two things: their legalisation and collapse of democratic coalition - Vital Rymasheuski
On 31 January 2012 the "coalition of the six" opposition groups failed to sign a joint action plan for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Belarus. The agreement was not signed, since two out of six subjects refused to do so. These are the "Just World" Party and the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party. The "coalition of the six" included the Belarusian Popular Front, the United Civil Party, the Party of the Left "Just World," the officially unregistered party "Belarusian Christian Democracy," the Movement "For Freedom," as well as the civil campaign "Tell the Truth!"