Notice On The Parish Council For The Deaf Menighederne In The People's Church

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om menighedsråd for døvemenighederne i folkekirken

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 General provisions

Chapter 2 Congregation of the parishionts

Chapter 3 Pre-selection

Chapter 3a Coordination Committees

Chapter 4 Finance

Chapter 5 Evaluation

Chapter 6 Entry into force

Publication of the Church of the Church of the Church of the People's Party

In accordance with section 5 of the Law on Congregation, cf. Law Order no. 611 of 6. June 2007, and paragraph 8 (3). 3 and paragraph 1. 4 and Section 9 (4). 3 in the employment law of the People's Church and so on, cf. Law Order no. 8 of 3. In January 2007 :

Chapter 1

General provisions

§ 1. Denmark shall be divided into the following areas (parishioners) in respect of which the permanent clerks are employed for the congregation of the deaf :

1) Denmark east of the StorePod comprehensive Copenhagen Stift, the HelsingDoor Stift, Roskilde Stift and Lolland-Falsters Stift overseeing the Bishop above the Stift of Copenhagen.

2) Nordjylland and Midwhland, extensive Aalborg Stift, Aarhus Stift, Viborg Stift, and the Hedensted Provsti and Vejle Provpath of Haderslev Stift and Skjern, Rings and Grene provpaths in Ribe Stift overseeing the Bishop of Aarhus Stift.

3) South Danmark Exhibit the Stift of the Fire Sea, Haderslev Stift, with the exception of Hedensted Provsti and Vejle Provsti and Ribe Stift with the exception of Skjern, Ringkøbing and Grene provtras under the supervision of the Bishop of Haderslev Stift.

Paragraph 2. If there are a number of deaf priests in an area, these prelists even the tasks between themselves.

Paragraph 3. The Church of the Church is prophesiing a prowman for the deaf and the deaf.

Paragraph 4. The Provc function includes the daughters ' congregation anchored in the Stift of Copenhagen, Aarhus Stift and Oderslev Stift and the congregation of the congregation three congregation and death priests. Daughter of death, and all priests and provings in the three power founders can apply for the job. The test of death shall be subject to the detailed rules of the Church of the Church of the Church, including in Danish sign language, and to a large extent to the extent of the work of the Church.

§ 2. Each area shall have a council of six elected members elected in accordance with the rules of this notice, as well as the clerks or congregation of the congregation.

§ 3. Each of the 3 parishionships referred to in Section 1 shall be divided into 4 districts. In each of the two districts where the largest and the second largest number of members of the congregation are domiciled or occupied as a member, they are elected by and among the members of the electoral list eligible 2 members to the parishioners and two deputies. In each of the other 2 districts, a 1 member shall be selected for the members of the parities and the delegate.

Paragraph 2. The nearer demarcation of the districts shall be determined by the chaplain of the cemetery chaplain and the bishop after negotiating with the members of the parish council.

Paragraph 3. It is only possible to be a member of one congregation and associated with one district.

Paragraph 4. Deaf members of the public church, as a starting point, a member of the parish council of the district where they are domiciled.

Paragraph 5. If you wish to join a member of another district or other congregation, a call to the electoral board of the Board of the Board shall be addressed to the congregation of the congregation where it is sought for admission and thus the right to the service to the public.

Paragraph 6. The electoral board of the congregation of the parish, where it is sought for admission, shall notify the electoral board of the member of the Member State of residence of the Member States.

Chapter 2

Congregation of the parishionts

§ 4. The meeting of the agreements shall be selected for four years, corresponding to the term of the parishioners of the parishioners. However, the mandates are not lost in any case until elections have been made.

Paragraph 2. Ordinary choices are made during the period from 1. September to the beginning of the church.

Paragraph 3. In the event of an extraordinary choice, the selection shall apply only to the remainder of the parliamentary term.

§ 5. The election has deaf members of the church, which is 18 years old and has Danish innaturalized, or has had permanent residence in the kingdom in a year prior to the election day.

Paragraph 2. Deaf election congregation members have not voted for the Church Council.

Paragraph 3. Deaf persons under guardianship with the deduction of the legal capacity, cf. The Clause Section 6 is not in the right to vote.

Paragraph 4. Voters can exercise their right to vote in the congregation of congregation where they are resident in a district or in which they are admitted within one year of the day of the election year as a member of the district.

§ 6. Electoral bar is anyone who meets the terms of section 5 of the right of vote.

Paragraph 2. Priests employed in the People's Church are not optional.

§ 7. The elections shall be prepared and run in each congregation hall of an electoral board comprising the chaplain priest, one of the appointed person and by a further two members elected by the members of the congregation of the members of the congregation.

§ 8. The electoral board shall draw up a list of choice lists for each of the 4 districts composed of the parishionous Council.

Paragraph 2. Voters shall be recorded in the selection list for the district of the parenthosed congregation, where the selector is resident or where they are admitted as members, cf. Section 3, paragraph 3. 5.

Paragraph 3. No one can exercise the right of vote without being included on the choice list.

Paragraph 4. Those included on the voting list, but not on the voting day, domiciled in the district or no later than one year before the election day is a member of a district of the parish council or, as on the voting day, is not a member of the public church, is not right ; to cast a vote.

§ 9. During the period up to the voting day of the district, the choice list referred to in Section 8 shall be supplemented by persons who are either unmistakenly not included in the electoral register or, as last week, before the first voting day of the congregation of the parishioners, residence in the relevant district.

Paragraph 2. During the period up to the voting day of the district, people who are mistakenly included in the choice list, see it in accordance with the voting list. § 8, or, since the drafting of the electoral register has lost the right to vote, it will be deleted.

Paragraph 3. The choice board shall decide on the admission or deletion of the choice list, cf. paragraph 1-2. The decision of the Executive Board may be filed for the church department.

§ 10. Each eligible person may, in the case of a service in the district during the period from the date of the balding period, see it in accordance with : section 8, to a week before the first voting day of the congregation of the congregation of the congregation, whether or not they are listed in the electoral register.

Paragraph 2. The information provided for in paragraph 1 1 may also be obtained by contacting the electoral board.

Paragraph 3. Complaguing the choice list or other people's unjustified admission to the electoral register shall be submitted in writing to the electoral board, which shall shortly be the complaint. The decision of the Executive Board may be filed for the church department.

§ 11. The selection in each district shall be carried out on one of the voting board, in accordance with the day. Section 4 (4). Two, in connection with one of the services in the district. The election is carried out at a personal meeting of the election site.

Paragraph 2. Incidentally, the electoral management committee shall adopt all the time limits for the elections as well as detailed rules for candidate status, voting and so on.

Paragraph 3. All the decisions relating to the elections, including the time and place of the sections referred to in section 10 (2). 1, referred to services, the establishment of candidates, the conduct of the elections and the results of the elections, etc. are done in part by the ordinary services in the district of the floorboards and the FDA, and, where appropriate, also on the discretion of the other, after the discretion of the electoral board ; appropriate means.

§ 12. Extraordinary elections can be held after the clause of the Kircheminist. The timing of the conduct of the elections is laid down in such cases by the Ministry.

Chapter 3


§ 13. The Council of Ministers gives preference to the position of the Priest for the Convenience.

Paragraph 2. In the case of a constitution as a priest for the death congregation of less than one year, the bishop may nominal one or more applicants for the opinion of the parishioners and the deaf prowler.

§ 14. After the expiry of the application period, the bishop shall send the revenue applications through the deaf-test to the chairman of the congregation of the parish council. The bishop is a conteacal meeting with the parishioners. The meeting should take place as soon as possible after submission of applications.

Paragraph 2. Following receipt of the applications, the chairman shall, without delay, give the other members of the Council the opportunity to review the applications.

Paragraph 3. Is there in accordance with the section 5 (5) of the official ' s civil service. 4, requested that the applicant ' s names are not rendered publicly, the applicant or part thereof shall not be made public. The Council's position must not, in such cases, be made public. Extreme penalty shall be punished by fine, cf. section 5 (5) of the civil servant. 5.

Paragraph 4. At the informational meeting chaired by the bishop or by the bee-bee sting on behalf of the bishop, the bishop (deaf-test) shall be subject to the applications received. The bishop shall be assisted in the meeting of an authorized sign language interpreter. The Daughter of Death will take part in the meeting with the bishop, provided the Bishop wishes to do so.

§ 15. If one or more members of the congregation requests that, or if the bishop considers it desirable, there will be a further orientation meeting, possibly in the context of the setting meeting. The provision in section 14 (4). FOUR, TWO. pkt; shall apply mutatis muctis.

§ 16. The establishment meeting shall be held no later than six weeks after the President of the parishioners has received the applications. This period may be extended by the bishop.

Paragraph 2. Before the setting meeting, the bishop or the deaf-test rules are the rules of occupation of the position. Whether or not this part of the meeting is carried out separately for the decision-making protocol, signed by all meeting participants. The provision in section 14 (4). FOUR, TWO. pkt; shall apply mutatis muctis.

Paragraph 3. This option shall then be made in a meeting without the participation of the bished or deaf-person. Priests are not allowed to participate in this meeting.

§ 17. The voting is written and secret. Only one name shall be given on each voting note.

Paragraph 2. If a Member does not want to vote on any of the applicants, the said blank ballot box will be delivered. This applies both to the first vote and by the following. Blank ballot papers are taken into account as the votes cast.

§ 18. The setting shall include 2 of the candidates who have fallen votes in the first vote. If the first vote has only been voted on in the first vote, it will be decided by the following votes, who will be suspended for further adjustment. An applicant who, at the first vote, has achieved more than half of the votes cast, is thus set as a number two. 1.

Paragraph 2. On the second vote, votes may be made to all applicants who have been voted for the first vote, but not on an applicant which is already at the end of 1. The vote is suspended. If, in the first vote, only one applicant votes in favour, other votes may also be voted on by applicants who have not been voted on in the first vote.

Paragraph 3. The majority vote in the second vote is therefore set to number one. 1 or-if no. 1 has already been designated by the first vote-as no. 2. in the case of votes, the sibling of the person concerned shall be suspended. 1 respectively, 2. in the case of two applicants to be sited as a number, 1 or as No 2 shall not be carried out further.

Paragraph 4. In the third vote, cf. however, paragraph 1 The last sentence shall be voted on in accordance with the same rules as set out in paragraph 1. 2-3 to designate no. The second vote is to take place, even if there can only be votes on one applicant.

Paragraph 5. If a theological directional minority in the parish council is invoking the provision of section 11 (1) of the employment law, 3, shall include the congregation of the congregation in addition to the applicants pursuant to paragraph 1. 1-4 will be suspended as No Number one and number 2, the other applicants who have obtained votes in the first round of votes. Any member of the minority may, at the request of the applications, accompany them with a justification for the claim of the section 11 (1) of the law. 3.

Paragraph 6. The result of the establishment meeting, including those on all ballots, will be attributed to the decision-making protocol, signed by all the participants. Printing of the Protocol on it in section 16 (3). The meeting and the meeting of the nominations shall be concluded immediately after the latter shall close together with the files of the case and all the applications through the veal of deaf to the bishop.

§ 19. Upon receipt of the statement of the Protocol and the statement of the deaf, the bishop shall make its recommendation to the churchmaster. If there are any number of premedications at the congregation, the Bishop shall state whether there is a basis for the involvement of the minority in the parishioners in the consideration, cf. law on employment in posts in the church and so on. Section 11 (1). 3.

Paragraph 2. Before the Bishop gives it out in the first paragraph. ONE, TWO. ................ The bishop may set a time limit for the submission of the pledging of the congregation.

20. In the case of the ring for a ring in accordance with : law on employment in posts in the church and so on. section 12, applicable, may the bishop, if the conditions justify it, decide that the Congregation meeting, cf. law on employment in the church and so on. § 12, paragraph 1. 2, must be shared in multiple meetings. The meetings are not to be held simultaneously.

Paragraph 2. The bishop and any meeting managers, cf. law on employment in posts in the church and so on. § 12, paragraph 1. 2, shall be assisted during the meetings of an authorized sign language interpreter.

§ 21. Priests must not be allowed to participate in other appointments in the prevalence of the congregation of the congregation other than the meetings referred to in section 14 (1). 4, section 15 and section 16 (4). 2.

§ 22. Delegates must be convented for elected members who are prevented from taking part in meetings where a binding vote is carried out as a priest for the death congregation.

Paragraph 2. Any of the members of the council's elected members can demand that their delegate also be convened for preparatory meetings, including negotiations with applicants. The provision in section 14 (4). 3, also applies to delegates.

-23. If the chairman of the Church Council is prevented from taking part in a meeting, the Vice-President shall be responsible for the obligations laid down by the chairman at the time of the preceding provisions.

§ 24. Applicants that have been requested by the parish council to preach or asked for a call shall be eligible for travel expenses by the lowest rates applicable to civil servants for officials of the State. The cost will be borne by the Joint Fund.

Chapter 3a

Coordination Committees

§ 24 a. A Coordination Committee is set up for the deaf people.

Paragraph 2. The Coordination Committee consists of four members : the deaf-test and a selected medical member from each of the three congregation of the parishionos. The selected members may request one of the congregation of the congregation to participate as an observer in one or more meetings.

Paragraph 3. The right of vote for the co-ordination committee has members of the Church Council.

Paragraph 4. Optional is anyone who satisfies the conditions to be selected for member of the parishionation council.

Paragraph 5. Ordinary choice for coordination committees must be carried out before the end of March of this year following the place of ordinary elections to the parishioners. The selection is valid from 1. April, and the action period is four years. The first time the Coordination Committee is set up, the members shall, however, in the immediate extension of the ordinary choice to the parishionings with effect from 1. Sunday in wait 2008.

§ 24 b. The Coordination Committee is choosing its centre of a chairman and a Vice-President. The choice shall be made by written vote to the Committee ' s constituent meeting to which the deaf-prowering name is referred to. The selection is effective for the term of the committee. The members of the committee have a duty to accept the choice as Chairman and Vice-President. The voice of the Provce is tentative in the vote.

Paragraph 2. The Committee may decide to forgo the Chairman '. However, the Honorar may only be attached to the President, provided that this is a member of the committee. The Church of the Church may lay down detailed rules on the chairing of the Chairmen.

Paragraph 3. The decisions of the committee shall be taken at meetings The Committee shall be quorum when at least half of the members are present. Decisions shall be taken by the voting majority.

Paragraph 4. The test of death shall act as the representative of the Committee and shall ensure that the decisions taken by the Committee shall be carried out.

Paragraph 5. The meetings are public. The Committee may decide that a case must be dealt with in closed doors when necessary or desirable because of the nature of the case. The question of whether a case provides the basis for closing doors is negotiated for closed doors, if it is decided by the committee or by the President. The Committee may allow persons employed by the Committee to oversee the processing of matters for closed doors. The Committee may summon other persons to be treated as a matter for closed doors, when it is desirable for the purposes of the case.

Paragraph 6. The Coordination Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure. If there is a difference of opinion in the committee on the issue of business, then the Church of the Church may be subject to a decision.

Paragraph 7. You, in the Law of the Church of Congregation, Section 46, paragraph 1. Paragraph 1, mentioned rules concerning the cancellation and suspension of decisions shall apply by analogous to the coordination committee and the decisions taken by the three deaf men who are contrary to the law. In addition, they are in the law on the parishionous section 46, paragraph 6. 2-5, and Article 48 referred to the imposition of periodic penalties in the case of illegal dispensations, the admission of damages to the courts, the waiver of compensation charges against the payment of the replacement legal penalty and a reduction or, where appropriate, of a reduction in the case of a replacement, replace the corresponding application to members of the Coordination Committee and the members of the three deaf counters responsible for an omission or for the loss of a church or a collection box or the selection of the coordination committee.

Paragraph 8. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be the exercise of power. 7, 1. pkt., by the Coordinating Committee and the three daughters of the Church of the Church, can be submitted to the church minister. Decisions pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be the exercise of power. SEVEN, TWO. ., by the members of the Coordinating Committee and the members of the three deaf congregation of the Church of the Church, may be submitted to the church minister. It is the founder of the stiff, where the deaf-prowder has his tenure, which has the supervisory powers conferred on it.

§ 24 c. The Coordination Committee is responsible for the allocation of the total appropriation to the deaf people and must coordinate the work of the deaf people. The Committee shall approve the consolidated annual accounts of the deaf people and forward it to the church service.

Chapter 4


§ 25. The tents of the Meniity have each their own church box. The Meniity councils are responsible for the budget and the accounts of their deaf congregation.

Paragraph 2. The congregation of the deaf are one accounting institution under the joint fund, cf. no later than publication No 1504 of 14. In December 2006, budget and accounting shall be drawn up in accordance with the provisions laid down by the church Ministry.

SECTION 26. A coordinating committee office shall be set up by the Coordinator Committee.

Paragraph 2. The coordination committee can be used to finance the Convention for the Practoasts, participation in Scandinavian and international death-stamps and joint task-making for the deaf people.

Paragraph 3. The costs of coordinating committees and their meetings, including fees to the President, mileatirepayment and allowances to the elected members and the costs of co-operations, office supplies, etc., shall be refurbished by the co-ordination selection box ; After the closer determination of the church minister.

Paragraph 4. Costs for the participation of coordination committee members in courses, etc., which may be considered to be of relevance to the exercise of the profession of coordination, to be borne by the Coordination Committee of the Mortal Committee. In addition, after the chemo clause's determination of the coordination committee could be granted the members of the committee may be compensated for lost working profits for participation in such courses and so on.

§ 27. The Coordination Committee shall receive the total appropriation for the rights of the deaf people. After the allocation of the appropriation in committee, the money will be made available to the deaf people.

Paragraph 2. The Coordination Committee shall be able to withhold a reserve of up to 5% of the total appropriation for unforeseen expenses.

Chapter 5


§ 28. An evaluation of the structure must be carried out, within four years of the date on which the notice comes into force.

Chapter 6

Entry into force

§ 29. The announcement shall enter into force on the day following the announcement in the law.

Paragraph 2. Publication no. 886 of 20. September 2005, the Church of the Church of the Church of the People's Church is hereby repealed.

The church department, the third. September 2008 Birthe Rønn Hornbech / Paolo Perotti