Notice Of Assessment Of Ballots Delivered To The Folketing Election

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om bedømmelse af stemmesedler afgivet til folketingsvalg

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Definitions





Chapter 2



Assessment of ballots cast on the voting site





Chapter 3



Assessment of form of ballot slips





Chapter 4



Registration of invalid ballot papers, including the form of ballot slips





Chapter 5



Date of entry into force of



The full text of the notice of assessment of ballots delivered to the Folketing election

Under section 69, paragraph 4, of the law on elections to the Folketing, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 128 of 11. February 2013, and after submission to the Parliamentary Committee for the verification of credentials, fixed: Chapter 1 Definitions article 1. At cross-purposes of the notice a sign corresponding to the letter X or to sign for the plus (+).

(2). Characters shall be deemed to be derived from a cross, or which are deemed to be the result of repeated marking the voter wanted to clarify a cross, to be judged according to the same rules as the cross.

§ 2. ' Letter designation ' or ' official ' designation for the purposes of the order a letter of the letter designations pursuant to § 14 preceding the election is assigned to the list of eligible parties. ' Unofficial letter designation ' means in the notice any other term made up by one or more letters, including one of the indications that the Folketing use to specify individual Folketing members belonging to a specific parliamentary group.

Chapter 2 assessment of the ballots cast on the voting place Blank ballots



§ 3. A ballot is invalid if it is blank, see. section 69 (1) (8). 1. Ballots where the voter's vote on the ballot is not marked with the cross, etc.



§ 4. A ballot is invalid, if the voter's vote on the ballot is not marked with a cross, without prejudice. section 69 (1) (8). 2. A ballot paper shall be deemed for the purposes of rule 1. item as invalid, if the ballot instead of with the cross is inscribed with the letter, circle or other brand that does not have the character of a cross, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). If the ballot instead of with the cross is inscribed with deleted, erased or half cross (i.e. a vertical, horizontal or forward slash), judged the ballot after the rule in section 9, paragraph 1.

(3). Marking of the ballot outside the check boxes does not imply nullity if buoyage incidentally is valid in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.

Ballots, giving rise to doubt about the voter's vote



§ 5. A ballot is invalid if it is wholly or partially deleted.

§ 6. A ballot is invalid if it is marked with a cross in more party fields, including the field of candidates from outside parties.

§ 7. A ballot is invalid if it is marked with a cross, which reaches into more party fields, including the field for candidates outside the parties, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). If the main part of the intersection, including the intersection intersect, are placed in a single batch field, regarded the ballot as a valid vote for that party, unless the ballot is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

(3). If the main part of the intersection, including the intersection intersect, is placed in the field for candidates outside the party judged the ballot according to the rules laid down in section 8.

§ 8. A ballot is invalid if it is marked with a tick next to the words ' outside parties ' in the field for candidates outside the parties, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). If there is only one candidate from outside the established political parties, ballot shall be considered as a valid vote for this, unless the ballot is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

(3). If both are ticked off for the words ' outside parties ' and out for a candidate placed outside the parties, shall be deemed the ballot as a valid vote for this, unless the ballot is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

§ 9. A ballot is invalid if it is marked with deleted, erased or half cross (i.e. a vertical, horizontal or forward slash), see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). If the ballot is marked with cross-party within the same field as it obscured, obliterated or half cross, regarded the ballot as a valid vote for that party, unless the ballot is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

(3). If the ballot in the field for candidates outside the parties, as well as a deleted, erased or half a cross is inscribed with the croup, judged the ballot according to the rules laid down in section 8, in that it obscured, obliterated or half cross considered an intersection.

§ 10. A ballot is invalid if it is marked with a cross outside the party fields, including the field of candidates from outside parties.

§ 11. A ballot is invalid if it is for reasons other than those referred to in §§ 5-10, not with safety can be determined which party or which candidate the voter intended to give parties outside his voice.

§ 12. It is determined in accordance with the rules set out in section 73 (3) and (4) whether or not a valid ballot, which is covered by the rules in section 7, paragraph 2, or article 9, paragraph 2, is a personal voice or a party vote.

Ballots that are not handed over to the voting site



§ 13. A ballot is invalid, if it is to be assumed that it is not handed over to the voting place, see. section 69 (1) (8). 4. Ballot papers with distinctive



§ 14. A ballot is invalid, if in addition to with cross is inscribed with the letter, circle or other brand that does not have the character of a cross, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The ballot papers, which are subject to section 9, paragraph 2 or 3, is not due to the particulars referred to in these provisions null and void by virtue of paragraph 1.

§ 15. A ballot that is marked with more than 3 tick is invalid. A deleted, erased or half cross (vertical, horizontal or forward slash), see. § 9, be considered as one cross by application of the rule in the 1. PT.

§ 16. A ballot on which are drawn, or that carry the inscription of any kind, including a candidate name or other name, or that carry the affixing of any kind, is invalid. Contagion or similar from the font color in the writing tool is not considered inscription.

§ 17. A ballot is invalid if it in any way other than as referred to in sections 14-16 is given a distinctive character, including by marking with different font colors, tear or by floating of one or more pieces. Tear or tear-off shall not be regarded as distinctive, if this is done by giving the same sampling of ballot box or voting later. Marking of the ballot with a different writing tool than what has been presented or hung in the voice space shall not be regarded as distinctive, unless the font color or font thickness is quite unusual compared with ordinary writing implements.

Chapter 3 assessment of form of ballot slips, Blank form of ballot slips



§ 18. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if it is blank, see. Article 69, paragraph 2, no. 1. Form of ballot slips, giving rise to doubt about the voter's vote



§ 19. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if there is on the ballot only listed the name of one or more persons who are not established in the big circle, where the voter is entered on the electoral list, or only the name or letter designation for a party that has not established candidates in that great circle.

(2). A form of ballot slip is invalid, if in addition to the name of one or more persons who are not established in that great circle, alone have sustained an unofficial letter designation, see. However, paragraph 3.

(3). A form of ballot slip, which in addition to the name of one or more persons who are not established in that great circle, alone have sustained one of the unofficial letter designations, which are covered by article 21, paragraph 2, shall be considered as a valid vote for that party, unless the form of ballot slip is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

§ 20. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if the only sustained by an unofficial letter designation on one letter.

§ 21. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if the only sustained by an unofficial letter designation consisting of several letters, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). If there is no reasonable doubt as to which party an unofficial letter designation consisting of several letters must specify, shall be deemed the ballot as a valid vote for that party, as URf.eks. The RV for the Radical Left, the CF for the conservative people's Party, the SOCIALIST PEOPLE'S PARTY [SF] – for the Socialist People's Party, the KD for the Christian Democrats, the DF for the Danish people's Party, and EL for the unity list – The Red-Green, unless the form of ballot slip is invalid pursuant to one of the other provisions in the Ordinance.

§ 22. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if the only carry the cross.

§ 23. A form of ballot slip is invalid if it is inflicted on conflicting indications concerning the letter of designation, party name or candidate name (personal name).

§ 24. By application of the rule in article 23 concerning contradicting entries be judged an unofficial letter designation that is sustained by a form of ballot slip along with a letter designation, a party or a candidate name name (personal name), as follows: 1) the letter's ', to be judged as the Social Democratic Party's official letter designation (A).


2) The unofficial letter names referred to in article 21, paragraph 2, (URf.eks. RV, KF, SF, KD, DF and EL), judged as the concerned parties ' official letter designation (URf.eks., respectively, (B), (C), (F), (K), (O) and island).

3) an unofficial letter designation by the immediately preceding Folketing election was official letter designation for one of the list of eligible parties to the recent election, judged according to the same rules as that party's current official letter designation.

4) an unofficial letter designation by the immediately preceding Folketing election was official letter designation for a party that was not justified by the recent electoral list, regarded as a contradictory statement to any letter designation, party name or candidate name (personal name).

5) an unofficial letter designation that not covered by nr. 1-4, shall not be considered as a contradictory statement to any letter designation, party name or candidate name (personal name).

§ 25. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if it is for reasons other than those referred to in §§ 19-24, not with certainty, which can be determined by the parties or which of the candidates outside of the parties has sought to give his voice selector. The use of abbreviations or misspellings of a name or a candidate's name or party filling out a form of ballot slip on the front outside of the boxes is intended to fill, is not in itself preclude that there may exist the necessary security.

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section 26. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if the envelope in which it is inserted, contains anything other or more than one ballot, see. Article 69, paragraph 2, no. 4. Form of ballot slips, which are not provided by the Minister for the economy and the Minister of the Interior



§ 27. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if it is to be assumed that it is not provided by the Minister for the economy and the Minister of the Interior, see. Article 69, paragraph 2, no. 5. Form of ballot slips with distinctive



section 28. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if the envelope in which it is inserted, bearing the inscription or affixing. Affixing with clear tape to close the envelope, however, does not entail nullity.

section 29. A form of ballot slip, on which are drawn, or that in addition to official or unofficial letter designation, party name or candidate name (personal name) suffered by the inscription or affixing of any kind, is invalid. Correction or deletion of a sustained by official or unofficial letter designation, a party name or candidate name (personal name) are not considered as inscription.

section 30. A form of ballot slip is invalid, if it in any way other than as referred to in articles 28 and 29 are given a distinctive character, including by filling in at the back instead of or in addition to on the front, tear or by floating of one or more pieces. Filling out a form of ballot slip on the front outside of the boxes is intended to fill shall not be regarded as distinctive. Tear or tear-off shall not be regarded as distinctive, if this has been done in connection with the procurement of the voice box or the envelope or later. Use of the font, which is particularly distinctive or which have passed out of common usage, and which involves a specific design of the letters shall not be regarded as distinctive.

Chapter 4 Registration of invalid ballot papers, including the form of ballot slips, section 31. In the voting book respectively choice book quotes, how many ballots election officials respectively, the election Board has considered invalid, and the reasons therefor.

(2). A ballot, including a form of ballot slip, which is considered invalid by virtue of two or more of the provisions of the Ordinance, be registered under the invalidity listed first in the order. Ballots that are invalid pursuant to the provisions of § § 13, 26, 27 or 28, however, always be recorded under that invalidity.

Chapter 5 date of entry into force of § 32. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. August 2013.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 650 by 19. June 2007 on the evaluation of ballots delivered to the Folketing election.

Economy and the Ministry of the Interior, the 12. August 2013 P.M.V. E.B. His B. T/nicoline Nyholm Miller