Members of the Hrodna Council are required to regularly report to their electors

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The head of the Hrodna branch of the Belarusian Popular Front Party Vadzim Saranchukou

The head of the Hrodna branch of the Belarusian Popular Front Party Vadzim Saranchukou

Representatives of a number of Hrodna NGOs and parties are trying to make members of the Hrodna Council implement the law and regularly report to their electors.

“The members of the council don't do it. That's why the Belarusian Popular Front, “Tell the Truth!” and the United Civil Party decided to organize a group of residents of all electoral constituencies of Hrodna, who would send written addresses to their deputies with the requirement of reports about their activities. Later these people will write a collective appeal to the head of the city council, with their demands and the question how he organizes the work of his subordinates if they violate the provisions of the Belarusian legislation,” stated the head of the Hrodna city BPF branch Vadzim Saranchukou.

Vadzim Saranchukou doesn't believe in the amendments to the electoral legislation and says that such kind of pressure on the regime's protégées could at least raise
the quality of their work. He also states that the campaign already has the necessary number of citizens for writing the appeals.

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