|Founded||17 April 1994|
|Registered||3 June 1994|
|Dissolved||27 July 2023|
|Headquarters||4th Building, Fabriciusa St, Minsk, Belarus|
|European affiliation||European Green Party (Associate)|
|International affiliation||Global Greens (Associate)|
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The Belarusian Green Party (BGP or BPZ; Belarusian: Беларуская партыя «Зялёныя»; БПЗ, romanized: Bielaruskaja partyja «Zialionyja»; BPZ; Russian: Белорусская партия «Зелёные»; БПЗ, romanized: Belorusskaya partiya «Zelonyye»; BPZ, literally "Belarusian Party «The Greens»") is a former eco-socialist green party in Belarus which opposes the administration of president Alexander Lukashenko, led by entrepreneur Dzmitry Kuchuk (Дзмітрый Кучук). It was created in 1994. The party has an anti-corporatist, anti-globalist platform.
The previous leader of the party until January 2020 was Nastassya Darafeyeva (Настасся Дарафеева), who in 2015 succeeded long-time leader Aleh Novikaŭ (Алег Новікаў), also known as Lolik Uškin (Лёлік Ушкін), who had led the party since 2007.
The party has not held seats in the National Assembly of Belarus since its creation.
On 27 July 2023 the Belarusian Green Party was ordered liquidated by the Supreme Court of Belarus.
In late 2008, the Belarusian Green Party created a special commission on LGBT rights, becoming the first political party in Belarus to officially announce support for the LGBT community.
The Belarusian Green Party opposes the practice of the death penalty, and Belarus remains the last country in Europe with capital punishment. The party has also sharply criticized the US government for continuing to permit the death penalty at a state level. Members of the party strongly protested the executions of Dmitri Konovalov and Vladislav Kovalev, who were convicted of the 2011 Minsk Metro bombing in a controversial trial.
The party is an associate member of the European Green Party.
|Election||Candidate||First round||Second round||Result|
|2010||Yuri Glushakov||Not admitted to the elections|
|2015||Yuri Shulgan||Not admitted to the elections|
|2020||Did not contest|
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|2000||Aleh Novikaŭ||Did not contest||Extra-parliamentary|
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