The amendments to Belarus’ marriage and family code entered into force on January 1, 2013. According to one of them, some marriages will be dissolved out of courts.
But spouses’ mutual contest is not enough; they should have no children under age, and no property disputes.
Married couples from Mogilev write happiness recipes on Christmas-tree decorations. The action “Arm in arm” dedicated to the 95th anniversary of establishing a registry office and to New Year celebrations has been organized by specialists of Mogilev city executive committee’s registry office.
In 2011 Mogilev’s civilian registry offices registered 3, 720 marriages. It is 600 more comparing with 2010. Unfortunately every second marriage ends in a divorce.
The oldest groom was 87 years old, the oldest bride – 79. In 2011 Mogilev celebrated 12 anniversary weddings including a “platinum” one: a couple have been married for 70 years.
The number of marriages registered in Mogilev region has increased, - the correspondent of the site was told by the head of labour, employment and social protection committee of Mogilev region executive committee Svetlana Tarasenko.
Mogilev civilian registry office is ready for the summer wedding boom. Soon the Petrovsky fast is over and next week will begin wedding processions.
1848 babies were born in Mogilev region during two months of 2011; it stands for 102.9% comparing with the respective period of the previous year, - Vladimir Shepelevich, a deputy chairman of labour, employment and social protection committee, told the correspondent of the site Mogilev and Bobruisk cities are among the leaders: 589 babies were born in Mogilev and 352 – in Bobruisk.