Regulation On The Choice Of Speakers And Speakers Of Volunteers Of The German Volunteer Service

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Wahl der Sprecherinnen und Sprecher der Freiwilligen des Bundesfreiwilligendienstes

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Ordinance on the election of the spokespersons of the volunteers of the Federal Voluntary Service (BFD-Electoral Regulation-BFD-WahlV)

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BFD-WahlV

Date of issue: 19.03.2013

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" BFD-Electoral Regulations of 19. March 2013 (BGBl. I p. 592) "

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§ 10 sentence 2 in conjunction with sentence 1 of the Federal Voluntary Service Act of 28. April 2011 (BGBl. 687), the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth is responsible for: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Electoral Area

Volunteers according to § 2 The Federal Voluntary Service Act (Federal Voluntary Service Act) elects seven spokespersons and seven alternates each year at the federal level. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Order of the electoral board

The President of the Federal Office for Family Affairs and the President of the Federal Office for Family Affairs civil society tasks (Bundesamt) shall appoint at least three employees of the Federal Office as the electoral board and one at least one month before the beginning of the registration period for the election of the spokespersons. or one of them as chairperson or chairperson. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Election Period

The time period for the election of the spokespersons is 15 working days. In agreement with the President or the President of the Federal Office, the Electoral Council shall determine the beginning of the electoral period. The election is supposed to be up to 15. It will be completed in November of each year. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 voters 'directory

(1) The voters' register is the list of volunteers in the electoral period during the election period. Service are located and have registered.(2) Volunteers can register on the website www.bundesfreiwilligendienst.de as voters. The Federal Office sends the access data and a transaction code for the vote to each registered voter and to each registered voter by means of two separate e-mails, after identification as an eligible voter or by a registered voter.(3) The registration begins six weeks before the election and ends two weeks before the election. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Electoral announcement

(1) The electoral authority is published on an accessible only for registered voters Web page at www.bundesfreiwilligendienst.de:
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the names of its members,
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the people who give information about the voters ' directory,
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the period during which the Select to register voters,
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the deadline for filing objections against the voters ' directory,
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Notes to the candidates,
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the time period for the election of the speakers Spokesperson and
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the email address of the electoral board.
(2) When publishing after paragraph 1, it should be noted that
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only select volunteers who are registered as voters or voters and
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objection to the If you choose to make an appointment by email at the time of the election, you will only be able to make an appointment.
(3) Upon completion of the election, the published information on the election announcement on this website must be deleted immediately. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Objection to the voters 'register

(1) Volunteers can appeal to the electoral authority against the voters' register insert. The opposition period shall end one week before the beginning of the election period.(2) The electoral head shall decide on the objection immediately. The decision is to be communicated by e-mail to the opposition leader or the opposition leader.(3) If the objection is justified, the electoral code shall correct the voters ' register. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Election Procedure

(1) Select and choose who is registered in the voters ' register.(2) The voter or voter may cast up to seven votes in any election, but only one vote per candidate.(3) Volunteers who would like to be elected as spokesperson or spokesperson send their application documents to the Federal Office by e-mail no later than two weeks before the beginning of the election period. The Federal Office shall publish these documents in accordance with Section 5 (1) (5).(4) The election shall be carried out exclusively through the www.bundesfreiwilligendienst.de website. The identification of the registered voters is done via the access data. The voting is carried out by means of a transaction code. The assignment of a voter or voter to the transaction code will be deleted after the vote is cast.(5) The seven volunteers, most of them voting, are elected as spokesmen and speakers. If fewer than seven volunteers are available for the office, they are correspondingly fewer speakers or speakers. In the event of a voice of the spokesperson, the longer service period decides, with the same service duration, the lot.(6) The seven persons who, according to the speakers, account for the majority of votes, are elected as alternates. In the event of a tied vote, the second sentence of paragraph 5 shall apply mutagentily.(7) The term of office of the spokespersons and of the alternates lasts until the next election. This also applies if they are excreted from the Federal Voluntary Service. If a spokesperson or a spokesperson or a deputy, or a deputy, places the office, the candidate or the candidate shall move to the office of the candidate or vice-chairperson for the most votes in the election to be elected after the alternates. are eliminated. If the candidate is no longer available, the person or the person who has been placed in the next position will be moved to the next position. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Determination of the election result

(1) immediately after the election has been completed, the Electoral Board shall issue the election result .(2) The election shall be accepted if the elected person or the elected person agrees to the election after the announcement of the result of the election. If an elected or a chosen person rejects the election, the candidate or candidate shall move to the person who has rejected the most votes after the person who has refused to vote. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 announcement of the election result

(1) The electoral board shall give the names of the elected spokespersons and the spokespersons, as well as of the elected alternates on a website accessible only to registered voters at www.bundesfreiwilligendienst.de. The announcement of the election result must include:
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the number of registered voters,
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the number of votes cast,
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the names of the candidates and the number of votes cast on them in each case, as well as
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the names of the elected spokespersons and the elected alternates.
(2) Internet page is the announcement of the result of the election
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of the underlying candidates within two weeks after the election and
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to delete the elected spokesperson and the elected alternates after the end of their term of office
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§ 10 Election Documents

(1) Electoral documents are the minutes of the election result and the voters ' register.(2) On the basis of the election result (Section 9 (1), second sentence, number 1 to 4), the electoral board shall produce a transcript which is to be signed by its members.(3) Special events during the election shall be noted in the voting record.(4) The electoral documents shall be kept in the Federal Office by the end of the term of office of the spokespersons and their deputy or deputy. After that, the electoral documents will be destroyed. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This Regulation enters into force on the day after the announcement.