Executive Order On Ballots For Use In The Folketing Election

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om stemmesedler til brug ved folketingsvalg

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0710.aspx?id=124174

Executive order on ballots for use in the Folketing election

Under section 43, paragraph 4, of the law on elections to the Folketing, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 145 of 24. February 2009, fixed:

§ 1. The ballots must be of white cardboard or hard paper with a grammage of at least 120 g/m2. They must be at least two dropped crack to fold so that they can be closed down by the voters in the voice box, without anyone can see how that is voted in.

(2). If Folketing elections held the same day as municipal and regional elections or election of Danish members of the European Parliament, in paragraph 1, 1. paragraph referred to card stock or heavy paper be bright blue.

§ 2. At the top right of the ballots may be indicated with small types a term for the constituency for which they are intended.

(2). Immediately below the designation referred to in paragraph 1 shall be indicated with large, bold type the word ' election ', with the addition of the year of the election.

(3). Immediately below the word ' election ' with the corresponding year and immediately above the fat, horizontal rule, referred to in section 3 (2), (3). articles may be listed with common types: ' Set x to the right of a party or a candidate name name. Put only one x on the ballot ".

§ 3. The ballots shall contain a separate field for each party, which has candidates in large circle. Boxes of the individual parties are placed under each other in alphabetical order by party letter designation.

(2). Fields must be separated from each other by a bold, horizontal line. Also it's top and bottom field, respectively, beginning and ending with a bold, horizontal line. The bold, horizontal line with which the top field commences shall be twice as fat as the other fatty, horizontal lines.

§ 4. At the top of each field is indicated by bold party letter name followed by a period. Letter designation must be placed immediately in the voice the same left edge. To the right of the letter designation indicate the party's name also in bold type. There must be between the party name and voice note right edge be ample space to tick.

§ 5. During the letter designation and party name, see. section 4 should be entered separated by a semi-bold, horizontal line, the names of the candidates, as is set out for the party in a big circle. The names are separated from each other by thin, horizontal lines.

(2). The name of the person or the candidates who are placed in him or her constituency, is indicated by half bold at the top and in alphabetical order by last name or middle name, if this is to be entered instead of by name, see. section 7, paragraph 2. The candidate who is declared as the party's nominated candidate in opstillingskredsen, however, should be entered first.

(3). Under referred to in paragraph 2, indicate with common types and candidates in alphabetical order the names of the other candidates listed for the party in a big circle. There are notified party list, candidates must, however, be recorded in the party list order.

(4). Is there a constituency no candidate for the party, "is filled with common types and in alphabetical order the names of the candidates set out for the party in the other constituencies in great circle. There are notified party list, candidates must, however, be recorded in the party list order.

§ 6. Where in great circle is drawn up candidates outside parties, please indicate this at the bottom of the ballot in a special field, in which there in bold type indicate the words ' outside parties ' heading. Under the heading be entered separated by a semi-bold, horizontal line, the names of the candidates in question. The names are separated from each other by thin, horizontal lines.

(2). The candidates who are listed in the constituency concerned, shall be indicated at the top in alphabetical order with half fat types, and then quotes with common types in alphabetical order the other candidates outside the parties, set out in the large circle.

§ 7. The candidates ' names be entered with first names or initials first.

(2). The candidates to appear on ballot papers with their full name, unless the master has indicated how the notification name requested. The candidate's last name or middle name and at least one given name or initial, however, must always be stated. Only between the first and last names, as the candidate is entitled to fly after the personal names Act, or middle names, which is notified to the population register, can be entered on the ballot. Instead of the first name may be given a nickname, derived from the first name.

(3). The names should be entered starting immediately within the voice giving the same left edge. There must be between the candidates ' names, as well as a possible indication of position or place of residence, in accordance with article 3. § 8, and voice note right edge be ample space to put a tick.

§ 8. In cases where the selection board considers that there may be confusion between candidates ' names must be provided in extension of the names indicate a concise designation on either position or residence of those candidates. In other cases, the candidates ' position or place of residence cannot be provided.

§ 9. If that choice is to set out such a large number of candidates to the ballot after the preceding rules will be disproportionately long, can the election Board may decide that candidates ' names within each batch field must be entered in two or more vertical columns.

(2). If it is decided to construct the candidates ' names in two or more columns, the names of all candidates will be distributed equally between the columns, which must be separated from each other with very bold, vertical lines. The names should be entered starting immediately within the voice giving the same left edge, respectively, immediately to the right of the very obese, vertical line. To the right of the candidate names must be ample space to put a tick.

§ 10. All the horizontal lines, which are mentioned in the notice, must go across the ballot from edge to edge.

§ 11. In addition to what is mentioned in the preceding paragraphs, no words or letter and no name, numbers, or characters bear any ballot by pressure or by writing or otherwise.

§ 12. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. April 2009.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 651 of 19. June 2007 on ballots for use in the Folketing election.
Ministry of social welfare, the 31. March 2009 Karen Jespersen/nicoline Nyholm Miller