Astravtsy-based civil association Club of Voters lost its legal address, and the authorities refuse to confirm the new place of registration
The portal www.belngo.infor provided this information. The head of the Club of Voters Ivan Kruk managed to get a legal address in a private house. However, the local department of the taxation committee made 8 requirements to the civil activists, which they were to meet to get permission to use the premises for the stated purposes (later on, only five requirements remained).
Further on, the district executive committee got into the way of the club re-registration. It required that the premises be recognized as non-residential. As a qualified lawer, I.Kruk found certain flaws in this denial and appealed to the procurator's office. The procurator's office did not repeal the decision taken by the local authorities, but advised to take the appeal to the regional procurator's office.
Certainly, this exchange of letters hinders the normal activity of the civil organization but its leader is determined to defend the interests of the Club of Voters even in the Supreme Court of Belarus.