The next stage of the campaign — the registration of candidates for the presidency — will be held from 14 to 23 November. For registration in the Central Election Commission transferred all 11 candidates. These documents include a statement of consent to be a candidate for the presidency, the questionnaire with biographical information and a declaration of income and property.
As the CEC Secretary Nikolai Lozovik, Documents filed: deputy chairman of the Belarusian Popular Front Gregory Kastusyou, Acting President Alexander Lukashenko, The head of the Union "For modernization" Mikhalevich, Leader of the civil campaign "Tell the truth!" Nyaklyayeu, Vice-chairman of the United Civil Party Yaroslav Romanchuk, Co-chairman of the organizing committee of the party "Belarusian Christian Democracy" Vitaly Rymashevski, Leader of the campaign "European Belarus" Andrei Sannikov, Leader of the organizing committee of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party (Narodnaya Gromada) Statkevich, The Economist Victor Tereshchenko, Director of the SLC "Trivium" Dmitry Uss.
The documents submitted for registration as an individual entrepreneur from Vitebsk Vladimir Pravalski. However, in Lazavik have Pravalski no chance to be registered as a presidential candidate, because it does not support the required number of signatures collected.
Lazavik also said that the planned date of the meeting of the CEC, which will be registered presidential candidates — November 18.
"Candidates for the presidency, which gathered more than 100,000 signatures, with a high probability to be registered as candidates for president," — said the secretary of the CEC.
According to him, during the previous election campaign was "fairly rigid approach to the stage of registration of candidates for the presidency." "Before, even the smallest error in the application documents could be grounds for refusal of registration as a presidential candidate," — said Medvedev.
He noted that inaccurate biographical information will not be grounds for refusal of registration as a presidential candidate. In addition, the candidate for president has the right to make mistakes when filing income tax returns. In particular, the error will be negligible if the amount of income as reported by the CEC, will be different from the actual, confirmed by the data of state bodies, less than 20%.