BCD Filed Complaint to Supreme Court for Party’s Non-Registration
The Belarusian Christian Democracy party constituent committee filed a complaint to the SUpreme Court on 14 September for the refusal of Ministry of Justice to register BCD Party.
“The refusal of Ministry of Justice has shown that there were no serious basis for not registering BCD. Besides, a strong pressure was put on the constitutors. Documents were handed in term and answered all requirements. If the Ministry wished it all mistakes could be corrected in 30 minutes. We are sure that with an impartial court our arguments would lead to the registration of the party, but Belarusian courts are politically biased”, – noted Dzyanis Sadouski, the constituent committee executive secretary.
“We are filing a complaint to once again witness the fact of discrimination, to demonstrate the abscence of freedom of associations and of impartial coutrs. We do not have any illusions and we think that BCD will be registered only after the regime changes”, – enphasized the committee co-chairman Vital Rymasheuski.
As krynica.info has previously reported, the Ministry of Justice of Belarus refused to register Belarusian Christian Democracy Party for the fifth time.
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