On Awarding A Mandate Adviser Buşăuca Village Council, Rezina

Original Language Title: cu privire la atribuirea unui mandat de consilier în Consiliul sătesc Bușăuca, raionul Rezina

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Central Election Commission has received the resignation of councilor Paul Melnik elected on the Communist Party in Moldova Buşăuca Village Council, Rezina, and documents necessary mandate advisor award next alternate candidate.
Based electoral documents that it holds the Central Election Commission, the office of councilor Buşăuca village lies Ion Stoian alternate candidate on the list of the Party of Communists of Moldova, Rezina Court confirmed the decision of 26 June 2015
pursuant to art. 18 para. (2) art. 22 para. (1) u), art. 133 par. (12) of the Election Code no. 1381-XIII of 21 November 1997 art. 5 paragraph. (2) f) and para. (3) of Law no. 768-XIV of 2 February 2000 concerning the status of local elected and in accordance with section. 11:29 p.m. of Regulation on the procedure of lifting and validation of the mandates adviser, approved by CEC Decision no. 1931 of 23 April 2013, the Central Election Commission decides:
1. Amounts in connection with the resignation, Pavel Melnik mandate of the elected list of the Party of Communists in Buşăuca Village Council.
2. It assigns council mandate in Buşăuca Village Council, Rezina, Ion Stoian alternate candidate on the list of the Party of Communists.
March. It preavizează councilor Ion Stoian the obligation to comply with the deadline of 30 days to remove the incompatibility if it develops.
4. This decision shall enter into force upon adoption, will be published on the official website of the Central Election Commission and in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Moldova.
CENTRAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION PRESIDENT


Iurie Ciocan
Secretary Andrei Volentir