Yuri Miroshnichenko, based on the basic Christian-democratic principles that were formed in Western democracies, proposed the corresponding principles and principles taking into account the specifics of Ukraine:

Christian moral and ethical foundations of society: the desire for humility, repentance, forgiveness, tolerance and consent must also become social values. Political activity should be based on the moral principles of Christianity. Society must strive for people to be spiritually perfected; love and mercy should become the key values ​​of society as a whole;

Solidarity: “mercy” – as one of the foundations of Christianity; mutual assistance and mutual understanding; support for those who need it; cooperation in order to achieve the common good, which is the goal of both society and the state, and envisages the just redistribution of common good for the development of the whole society;

Personalism: society and the state should create conditions for the self-realization of a person who is a valuable individual and has the right to make free choices while bearing full responsibility for himself and his family. Human life should take place in close connection with the family, community, professional group and society and based on mutual rights, duties and respect;

Communitarianism: the purpose of man in earthly life is to implement it within the family, community, and professional group, which must be protected from state interference, which is possible only for urgent need and only within the limits of the law;

Social justice: all people are equal and have equal rights and responsibilities; disabled people, poor people and other vulnerable groups receive help, but should also, if possible, create public goods; the common goal is the harmonious development of society;

Popularism: the interests of different parts of society should be as much as possible coherent, and state policy should take into account the interests of as many people as possible; the ideal should be the achievement of a general consensus;

Subsidiarity: nobody has the right to interfere in the legitimate life of a person (family) (neither community nor state); the legal activity of professional groups, neither the community nor the state can interfere (they have professional self-governing organizations); the state does not interfere in the affairs of the communities. Interaction takes place for the purpose of cooperation, assistance and, as a rule, on a contractual basis, and intervention is provided for the termination of offenses or prosecution in the event of violation of the law and exclusively within it;

Democracy: People have the right to elect and recall elected representatives who are accountable and controlled by voters; access to public service and public positions is carried out on a competitive basis; distribution and balance of branches of power; multi-party system, guarantees of the rights of the opposition, which should be responsible and work on a permanent basis; communities are the basic level of organization of society, at the level of which are implemented the principles of direct democracy;

Social market economy: people freely choose work and have the right to entrepreneurship; labor is not a commodity but a value; economic activity must serve people; state and public control in the form of accountability both over monopolies and their owners, and on senior officials – public persons;

Non-confessional: the distinction between socio-political and religious activities; representatives of all religious denominations have equal rights; interfaith dialogue is aimed at solving common problems, reconciliation and cooperation of different denominations; respect for the rights of religious minorities.