The CEC registered Ceresna the candidate in presidents of Belarus

The Central election Commission of Belarus at a meeting on Tuesday registered as a candidate for the presidency of the Republic Chairman of the Belarusian social-democratic "Hramada" (BSDG) Sergei Chereshnya, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.

The meeting of the CEC due to the epidemiological situation related to the coronavirus that has passed without the media and was broadcast on the Commission's website.

Caraceni born may 8, 1985 in the town of Krichev, Mogilev region, graduated from the Belarusian state University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, consisted of several public associations, engaged in business. In the fall of 2018 led the Belarusian social democratic party, succeeding former Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus Stanislav Shushkevich, who retained the title of honorary party Chairman.

The policy team had previously announced that it has submitted to the territorial Commission 106,5 thousand signatures of voters in support of nomination of Chereshnya a presidential candidate (at the required threshold in 100 thousand). However, the election commissions "credited" him 143 109 valid signatures. Headquarters policy has launched an online poll on whether to continue participation in the election campaign. In an address to the voters Caraceni described himself as a person who "never gives up before the difficulties and will not retreat even at the moment when the opponent was stronger and smarter," and a man who "sees the goal and is ready for this purpose to keep a serious blow". In the end, the press attache of the policy Oleg Chumakov has told RIA Novosti that the applicant will not be removed from the elections, as a large number of people in favor of continuing his participation in the presidential race. CEC head Lidia Yermoshina "mismatch" of the signatures submitted to the territorial election commissions, and subsequently recognized as valid, explained by the poor coordination of collecting signatures and campaign headquarters.

Presidential elections in Belarus scheduled for 9 August. After registration as a candidate contender for the presidency can start to the campaign, which allowed up to 8 August inclusive.