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Young opposition activist Haydukow released after being charged with minor offense

Andrey Haydukow, a prominent young opposition activist who was arrested Friday in his home city of Navapolatsk, Vitsyebsk region, over the distribution of leaflets about political prisoners in Belarus, was released from the police station after a charge sheet was drawn up

First deputy prime minister meets with opposition activists campaigning against alcohol abuse

First Deputy Prime Minister Uladzimir Syamashka has met with activists of Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) campaigning against alcoh

Belarusian Christian Democracy leaders meet with local activists in Homyel

Leaders of Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) visited Homyel on November 2, meeting with local members of the opposition party.

Two opposition activists arrested in Vitsyebsk

Two members of the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) party were arrested in Vitsyebsk on February 16.

Paval Sevyarynets granted three-day leave

Paval Sevyarynets, co-chairman of Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD), has been granted a three-day leave by the administration of an open-type correctional institution in the Brest region.

Belarusian Christian Democracy’s youth wing holds founding conference in Minsk

Young Christian Democrats held a founding conference on November 3...

Belarusian Christian Democracy calls for peaceful transfer of power

The main task facing BCD in the context of the forthcoming parliamentary elections is to prevent the legitimization of the House of Representatives...

Belarusian Christian Democracy demands release and rehabilitation of all political prisoners

  The organizing committee for the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) party has called on the Belarusian authorities to release and rehabilitate all activists still imprisoned on political grounds.

Belarusian Christian Democracy warns against denial of candidate registration for its presidential hopeful

BCD has announced plans to call on voters to boycott the country’s coming presidential election if its presidential hopeful is denied registration...

Belarusian Christian Democracy decides again pulling candidates out of election race

An unregistered political party called Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) on March 28 voted to approve the further participation of its activists in the local elections campaign, at least, until the early voting stage.

None of Belarusian Christian Democracy's 43 representatives included in territorial election commissions for local elections

None of Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD)'s 43 representatives has been included in territorial election commissions for the April 25 local elections, Paval Sevyarynets, co-chairman of the opposition party, told BelaPA

Over 300 members of Belarusian Christian Democracy may try to run in local elections

More than 300 members of an unregistered opposition party called Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) may try to obtain access to the ballot in the coming local elections in the country.

Justice ministry refuses to register Belarusian Christian Democracy party

The justice ministry has once again denied state registration to the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) party.

Belarusian Christian Democracy loses registration denial appeal

  The Supreme Court on Wednesday turned down the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD)’s appeal against registration denial, upholding the justice ministry’s earlier decision.

Belarusian Christian Democracy considering one more founding conference

Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) may hold one more founding conference, Pavel Sevyarynets, a leader of the opposition party, said at its meeting held in Minsk on Saturday.

Belarusian Christian Democracy holds founding conference

A founding conference for the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) party was held in Minsk on February 28, with the gathering electing four co-chairmen and adopting the party’s charter and political platform.

Belarusian Christian Democracy party holds founding conference

  A founding conference for the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD) party was held in Minsk on February 28, with the gathering electing four co-chairmen and adopting the party’s charter and political platform.