Conservative Christian Party – BPF

The Conservative Christian Party of the Belarusian People's Front (Belarusian: Кансэрватыўна-Хрысьціянская Партыя - БНФ, romanizedKanservatyŭna-Chryścijanskaja Partyja BNF; Russian: Консервативно-христианская партия — БНФ) is a political party in Belarus that opposes the government of president Alexander Lukashenko. It was de facto formed after the split of the Belarusian People's Front in 1999.

Conservative Christian Party — BPF
Кансерватыўна-хрысціянская партыя — БНФ
Консервативно-христианская партия — БНФ
AbbreviationCChP–BPF (English)
KChP–BNF (Belarusian)
KHP–BNF (Russian)
LeaderZianon Pazniak
Acting leader
(in Belarus)
Juryj Bielieńki
Founded26 September 1999 (1999-09-26)
Split fromBelarusian People's Front
Headquarters13th building, Zachodniaja St, Minsk
NewspaperBielaruskija Viedamaści
Membership (2016)1,067[1]
IdeologyBelarusian nationalism
National conservatism
Social conservatism
Christian right
Political positionCentre-right to right-wing
ColoursBelarusian national colors:
Slogan«Long Live Belarus!»
(Belarusian: «Жыве Беларусь!»)
Party flag
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The October 2004 legislative elections were boycotted by the party, led by Zianon Pazniak. These elections fell according to the OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission [2] significantly short of OSCE commitments. Universal principles and constitutionally guaranteed rights of expression, association and assembly were seriously challenged, calling into question the Belarusian authorities' willingness to respect the concept of political competition on a basis of equal treatment. Principles of an inclusive democratic process—whereby citizens have the right to seek political office without discrimination, candidates can present their views without obstruction, and voters can learn the views and discuss them freely—were largely ignored.

The Conservative Christian Party refused to join in the oppositional coalition led by Alaksandar Milinkievič in 2006, as CCP cited inability to ensure ethical behavior in Lukashenko's administration, in the voting process, and in the calculation of votes. The election ended cycle ended with voting falsifications and was not acknowledged by either the EU and the United States.

The party opposes Russian having the status of an official language in Belarus. Russian was given this status in 1995 in a disputed referendum.

The party has boycotted all the parliamentary elections (2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016) since the establishment of the authoritarian regime of President Lukashenko.

An interesting fact is that the Party's website does not have any feedback from the party at all. There is no information on the party's website on how a citizen can join a party, or at least write a letter to the party. The website of the party does not contain any links to social networks. There is no information on the party's e-mail on the party's website.


  1. ^ "Нас несколько сотен". Кто из оппозиции будет бороться за кресло депутата? Читать полностью:
  2. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 January 2006. Retrieved 14 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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