Rules For City, State, County And District Electoral Commissions And Polling Stations, The Commission Members Of The Remuneration And Reimbursement Of Expenses For Meals

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par pilsētu, rajonu, novadu un pagastu vēlēšanu komisiju un vēlēšanu iecirkņu komisiju locekļu atlīdzību un ēdināšanas izdevumu kompensāciju

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 200 in the 2007 Riga March 20 (pr. No 19 57. §) rules on city, State, County and district electoral commissions and polling stations, the Commission members of the remuneration and reimbursement of expenses for meals, Issued in accordance with the law "on the city, State, County and district electoral commissions and polling stations commissions" in article 21, the third and fourth part 1. determines the rules for determining the amount of remuneration and precinct Electoral Commission Chairman, the Secretary and members of the Commission (hereinafter the Commission) parliamentary election The European Parliament elections and referendum in the preparation and the extent to which the catering expenses are compensated for Election Commission members. 2. The members of the Commission work hourly rate: 2.1.-the President of the Commission-LVL 1.80 4,20;
2.2. the Commission's Secretary-1,70-3.20 dollars;
2.3. the Member of the Commission-1.30-2.10 dollars. 3. Hourly rates for a specific amount shall be the Central Election Commission, in the light of the Commission's workload and responsibilities. 4. the members of the Commission to compensate for the costs of meals, voting and vote counting time-four lats for each day. 5. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet in 2002 1 October Regulation No 442 "rules for city, State, County and district electoral commissions and polling stations, the Commission members of the remuneration and reimbursement of expenses for meals" (Latvian journal, 2002, 143 no). Prime Minister-Minister of defence (A). the Minister of finance Slakter-Minister of Justice g. Smith