BSDP ‘Hramada’ lost its Minsk office
The Belarusian Social Democratic Party Hramada was obliged to vacate the premises by verdict of the Supreme Court. BelaPAN learnt about this the from deputy head of the party Anatol Sidarevich.
‘We must to vacate the premises in accordance with the court decision. I am going to office now to switch off the telephones,’ Mr. Sidarevich said.
The BSDP Hramada leased the premises in Minsk that belonged to a housing corporation. The offices of the central, Minsk division and four district party divisions were located there.
The new head of the housing utility decided the previous head hadn’t had the right to lease the premises and filed a claim to the economic court of Minsk. The court suggested that the parties should settle the conflict with the aid of an intermediate party, but the social democrats failed to come to terms with the housing utility.
The BSDP Hramada hasn’t found a new office in Minsk yet. The party leader Anatol Liaukovich doesn’t rule out he will have to register the legal address of the central division somewhere outside Minsk.