Belarusian Christian Democracy Party cannot hold its constituent assembly
The owners of 10 Minsk halls refused to provide premises for the constituent assembly of the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party refused to lend them for the constituent assembly of the Belarusian Christian Democracy Party.
In particular, negative answers have been received from the IBB International Educational Center, The Youth Variety Theater, the Aurora and the Centralny cinemas, the Central House of Army Officers, the Culture House of Railway Workers, Minsk Car Plant, Minsk Tractor Plant, Sukno and the Palace of the Republic.
‘It may demonstrate that they have an order not to give premises to us’, Pavel Seviarynets, co-chairman of the organizing committee, thinks.
He doesn’t rule out that as a result the constituent assembly of the party will may take place at Kastrychnitskaya Square in Minsk on 28 October.
‘The meetings of founders of the BCD have been held in 15 cities. More than 300 people were enrolled on the list of BCD founders,’ the press service of the BCD organizing committee reports.