Law No. 68 Of 15 July 1992 To Elect Chamber Of Deputies And The Senate

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 68 din 15 iulie 1992 pentru alegerea Camerei Deputaţilor şi a Senatului

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Law No. 68 of 15 July 1992 (* updated *) for the election of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate (updated until July 6th, 2004 *) ISSUER-PARLIAMENT------Parliament adopts this law.


Chapter 1 General provisions Article 1 the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate are elected by voting based on universal, equal, direct, secret and freely expressed, in terms of this law.


Article 2 the voter is entitled to vote for the election of the Chamber of Deputies and a Senate vote for the election.


Article 3 (1) deputies and senators are elected in constituencies on the basis of the list of independent candidates, and according to the principle of proportional representation.
  

(2) Rule representation for the election of the Chamber of Deputies is a Deputy at 70,000 inhabitants.
  

(3) Rule representation for the election of the Senate is a senator from 160,000 inhabitants.
  

(4) the number of Deputies and Senators to be elected shall be determined by the number of people reporting each electoral constituencies to the rules of representation referred to in paragraph 1. (2) and (3), plus a Deputy or senator for what exceeds half the norm of representation, the number of deputies to be less than 4, and that of Senators less than 2.
  

(5) the number of inhabitants who take into account, in accordance with paragraph 1. (4) at 1 July of the preceding year is published in Statistical Yearbook of Romania. In the situation in which at least five months before the election date, a general census of the population, the number of inhabitants taken into account is the result after recensamintului, published by the National Commission for statistics.
  

(6) the numbering of the constituency and the number of Deputies and Senators that will be elected in each electoral district are provided in annex 4. 1 that makes it an integral part of this law.
  

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Alin. (6) article. 3 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.


Article 4 (1) Organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities, legally constituted, which have not obtained in the elections at least one seat of Deputy or senator shall have the right, according to art. 59 paragraph 1. (2) of the Constitution, to a Deputy, if obtained, the entire country, a number of votes equal to at least 5% of the average number of valid votes cast in the country to elect a Deputy.
  

(2) Organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities who participate in the elections are legal equivalents, in electoral operations, with political parties.
  

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be eligible for. (1) citizens ' organizations belonging to national minorities who participate in the elections on the list of such organizations; in this case, if none of the candidates on the list was not elected Township, will be assigned to all organizations who proposed a mandate for Parliament list, in compliance with paragraph 1. (1) and (4) paragraph. (3) does not apply to citizens belonging to national minorities organization that participated in the elections on the list with one party or the other party both times on policy common list, pursuant to paragraph 1. (3), and its own exclusive lists.
  

(5) the term of Office of a Deputy assigned pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) or (3) is given over the total number of Deputies stemmed from the norm of representation.
  


Article 5 (1) candidates for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate are proposing separate lists of candidates of political parties, only alliances and other political parties, constituted according to law, and electoral alliances formed in the conditions of this law.
  

(2) the number of candidates on each list may be larger than the number of mandates resulting from the norm of representation with two up to a quarter of these seats; fractions are complete in Figure 1.
  

(3) In the same electoral district a Party Alliance, party politics of their times may propose, for each of the Chambers of Parliament, only one list of candidates. Parties and alliances of political parties can be made only at the national level. Parties and political parties from political alliances can participate only on election lists.
  

A party or party politics cannot be part than from one Alliance policy.

(4) lists of candidates must include, as appropriate, and the partisanship of the candidates.
  

(5) an independent Candidate can participate in the elections and if the individual is supported by at least 0.5% of the total number of voters enrolled in the lists of localities in election campaigning in the constituency. Do not allow independent candidates on the lists of candidates submitted by the political parties, Alliance their times and lists of independent candidates.
  

(6) a person may be a candidate for a parliamentary seat, or for a term of senator and only in one electoral constituency.
  

(7) the Candidates on several lists of candidates or both lists, and as an independent, are void.
  

(8) Organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities may choose to submit, by way of derogation from paragraph 1. (3), (6) and (7), the same list of candidates for the Chamber of deputies in several constituencies.
  

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Art. 5 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) of article 1. 5 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 154 of 10 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 498 of 11 October 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (8) article. 5 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 165 of 13 October 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 514 of 19 October 2000.


Article 5 ^ 1 (1) political parties and political alliances may be associated with each other only at the national level, on the basis of protocol, forming an electoral alliance in order to participate in the election of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
  

(2) the Protocol for the establishment of electoral alliance is submitted to the Central Electoral Bureau within 48 hours of its inception.
  

(3) Central Electoral Bureau is pronounced in public session on the acceptance or rejection of the Protocol establishing the electoral alliance, within 24 hours of submission.
  

(4) the judgment of the Central Electoral Board's acceptance of the Protocol establishing the electoral alliance may be disputed by any natural or legal person interested in the Supreme Court of justice within 24 hours of delivery.
  

(5) judgment of the Central Electoral Board's rejection of the Protocol establishing the electoral alliance may be disputed by the Supreme Court of Justice within 24 hours of delivery.
  

(6) the Supreme Court of Justice pronounce itself upon the complaints referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) and (5) within 24 hours by decision irrevocable.
  

(7) the other provisions of this law concerning political alliances are applied in an appropriate manner and electoral alliances.
  

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Art. 5 ^ 1 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 154 of 10 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 498 of 11 October 2000.


Article 6 (1) the date of the election shall be fixed and shall be brought to the public by the Government with at least 45 days before the day of elections to the five days of the date on which the time limit begins to run; 60 para. (2) of the Constitution.
  

(2) the elections shall take place in one day, which may be only on Sundays.
  

(3) the serial number of the voter's card shall be established and shall be made public by the Government, along with the date of the election.
  

(4) the public is through the Official Gazette of Romania and the press.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 6th amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Chapter 2 the voter lists and voter cards section 1 article 7 electoral lists include citizens with voting rights. They are permanent or special.


Article 8 (1) shall be permanent electoral registers on localities and include all voting citizens residing in the locality for which lists have been drawn up. Romanian citizens domiciled abroad can be enrolled, at their request, in the electoral lists of the locality in which they were born or that took last place in the country. The application shall be lodged at the diplomatic mission of the State of Romania in residing or directly at the service of the County population.
  

(2) voters shall be drawn up by the permanent Community public services of persons, under the coordination of the National Inspectorate for control and accounting of.
  

(3) the voter shall be prepared for permanent communal villages and towns, municipalities and territorial-administrative subdivisions of municipalities, on the streets.
  

(4) the electoral Lists will necessarily includes, in order of the number of buildings where electors reside, your name, social security number, place of residence, and number of the identity document series, as well as electoral district number.
  


(5) permanent voter lists shall be drawn up in two copies, signed by the head of the public service community of persons and by the Mayor. A copy will be handed over, keeping on the basis of the report, City Hall, and the other, the Court in whose area the lies the locality for which have been drawn up. Special permanent lists shall be stored in special ledgers with detachable tabs.
  

(6) Repealed.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) to (5) of article 2. 8 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (6) article. 8 was repealed by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) and (5) of article 2. 8 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 50 of 15 June 2004 published in Official Gazette No. 595 from July 1, 2004.


Article 9 (1) community public services of electoral lists updated persons drawn up pursuant to art. 8, under the supervision and coordination of the National Inspectorate for the accounting of, and communicate them to the Town Hall and Court in less than 15 days from the date of the day of the vote.
  

(2) persons from the list of deceased electoral is radiating based on local public service communication to which there has been death, within 24 hours of registration service of County population from the deceased's last domicile.
  

(3) persons who have lost their citizenship from Romanian electoral list is based on the communication of the Ministry of Justice.
  

(4) persons who have lost their electoral rights, is radiating from the electoral list, in accordance with the communication service of the County Court of the population from which it is arondata the locality in which the person in question has its domicile.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1), (2) and (4) of article 3. 9 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) of article 1. 9 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 50 of 15 June 2004 published in Official Gazette No. 595 from July 1, 2004.


Article 10 (1) each voter shall be entered in a single election list.
  

(2) the inclusion in the lists of electoral is mandatory. Changing the domicile of a person will be operated properly and in the permanent electoral list by keeping the population from new home.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 10 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 11 special election Lists shall be made out in the cases provided for by the present law and should include your name, social security number, place of residence, and number of the identity document of the voter. The lists shall be signed by the President of the electoral polling stations where they were drawn up.
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Art. 11 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 12 (1) Voters have the right to verify inclusion in electoral lists. Greetings against omissions, erroneous entries and any errors in the lists are submitted to the Mayor, who shall transmit them as soon as the authorities which have drawn up lists. They are required to adjudicate in less than 3 days from registration.
  

(2) against the data can make the solution opposition within 24 hours of receipt. The opposition are solved in less than 3 days from the Court in whose area the elector is domiciled or, for those enrolled in special lists of District Court in whose area the lies the electoral vote which drew up the list. Judgment of the Court is final, enforceable and shall communicate to interested parties within 24 hours of delivery.
  

(3) Intimpinarile formulated with regard to the special lists from abroad shall be settled by the head of the diplomatic mission or its replacement. Complaints against the provisions given by the head of the diplomatic mission or substitute thereof shall be submitted to the Mission's headquarters and sent to the District Court sector 1 of Bucharest, the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) aplicindu in an appropriate manner.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) and (2) of article 3. 12 were modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 13 (1) at the request of parties of the population in whose area of competence is an important locality, the mayors will transmit the necessary information in order to determine the precise address of residence of citizens who live in villages, on the streets or on the streets has given new which was amended by decision of the local Council.
  

(2) the mayors will make copies of the permanent electoral list comprising voters in every precinct, which they will submit, in two copies, the electoral precinct, within 24 hours of their formation. A copy will be made available for consultation by electors, and the other will be used on election day.
  

(3) The register of population will forward the Mayor, within 24 hours, changes after sending children on the voter lists, which it shall communicate as soon as the Court of Justice and the electoral vote.
  

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Art. 13 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 13 ^ 1 Model of electoral lists, list, and printing expenses thereof shall be established by decision of the Government.
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Art. 13 ^ 1 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Section 2 of the voter cards, article 14 (1) the exercise of the right to vote is made based on the voter's card, issued in the conditions of this law. Learn Romanian citizens abroad may vote without the voter's card, on the basis of the diplomatic passport, service, or post, you will apply a seal with the words "voted" by the President of the polling station, with an indication of the day and the month in which the ballot was held.
  

(2) the Ministry of administration and Interior subject to approval of the Government form, content, and manner of release to use the voter's card, as well as the costs of printing and distributing them on the basis of proposals received from public services to the community of persons.
  

(3) a voter may not receive than one voter's card.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) and (2) of article 3. 14 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) of article 1. 14 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) of article 9. 14 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 50 of 15 June 2004 published in Official Gazette No. 595 from July 1, 2004.


Article 15 (1) voter cards are valid for all electoral consultations, according to the number of elections provided for in their contents, and shall be issued in registered voters ' electoral standing residing in the locality.
  

(2) the voter card is kept and used only by the holder.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 15 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 16 (1) shall be drawn up voter Cards by the public services to the community of people who are allotted to the localities they have their voters.
  

(2) issuance of voter's card shall be made on the basis of the identity document, only the holder under its signature, by the community public service of persons.
  

(3) Repealed.
  

(4) after updating the Central Electoral Board under art. 9 para. (1) preparation and issuance of voter cards to citizens who have reached the age of 18 until January or who will celebrate this age until the voting day inclusively are made according to the provisions of paragraph 1. (1), (2) and (3).
  

(5) appeals concerning the establishment of Intimpinarile and the issue of voter cards or are carried out in compliance with the provisions of art. 12, which applies in an appropriate manner.
  

(6) record of the voter's cards to ensure community public services together with the Ministry of administration and Interior.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) to (4) and (6) of article 3. 16 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (3) art. 16 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000, repealed by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) of article 9. 16 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1), (2) and (6) of article 3. 16 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 50 of 15 June 2004 published in Official Gazette No. 595 from July 1, 2004.


Article 17 (1) In case of loss or destruction of the voter's card may be issued a duplicate by the authorities referred to in article 1. 391. (2) that will make appropriate mention in the electoral list of the locality.
  


(2) the issue of a duplicate is made at the request of the holder and on his responsibility. The original declared lost or destroyed is null and void.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 17 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 3 polling stations in article 18 (1) polling stations in the townships are organized as follows: a) in localities with population of over 2,000 inhabitants, a polling station at 1,000-2,000 inhabitants;
  

b) in municipalities with populations under 2,000 inhabitants, only one polling station.
  

(2) you can organize polling stations and in villages or groups of villages with a population of up to 1,000 inhabitants, situated at a distance greater than 5 km towards headstrong polling from the residence.
  


Article 19 (1) in addition to military units, as well as at hospitals, maternity hospitals, nursing homes, homes for the disabled and elderly homes, having at least 50 voters, you can organize polling stations.
  

(2) you can organize polling stations and in railroad stations, in bus stations, ports and airports, in the order in which voters, election day, during a journey.
  

(3) for students of classes and for students with voting rights who do not reside in the locality in which are organized studies cite a polling station at the homes of students or pupils, for 500-2,000 voters.
  

(4) at polling stations organized military units besides vote only those military units, and to those for students and pupils, only students and students in educational units subordinated.
  


Article 20 (1) Besides the diplomatic missions and consular offices of Romania shall organise a precinct cite for voters who are members of these dealers and their families, as well as for Romanian citizens in the country or abroad are in the respective countries in the election day. These polling stations electoral constituency belong to the municipality of Bucharest.
  

(2) roman flagged ships in sailing in on election day, will organize voting sections, they save part of the electoral district of where the ship is registered.
  


Article 21 Voters vote for the Chamber of Deputies, and the Senate at the same polling station.


Article 22 (1) delineation of polling stations shall be established by the mayors of communes, towns, municipalities or territorial-administrative subdivisions of municipalities and are prefect. Within 3 days after the date of the elections Commissioner will communicate mayors last amendments relating to the delimitation of the polling station.
  

(2) are required to make Constables numbering of all polling stations within the County and to notify the service of County population numbering, as well as the delimination of each polling stations.
  

Within 5 days after the date of the election shall notify County constables service of population last amendments concerning the demarcation of the polling station and their numbering. Within 10 days after the date of the election will bring to constables public numbering, as well as the delimination of each polling stations, indicating the place where voting will take place.

(3) All polling stations out of an electoral district shall be numbered, regardless of value, starting from the place of residence of the County and continuing with those of other municipalities, cities and villages, then alphabetically; in municipalities with administrative-territorial subdivision numbering is done in compliance with the order of these subdivisions, as provided by law.
  

(4) House of Commons, mayors and Secretaries towns, municipalities and administrative-territorial subdivisions of municipalities will ensure that all data, information and assistance necessary for the fulfilment by the prefects of the obligations referred to in paragraph 1. (2).
  

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Art. 22 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) article. 22 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Chapter 4 the Permanent Electoral Authority and bureaus — — — — — — — — — — — — the title head. 4 amended by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 23 (1) In order to ensure the logistic conditions necessary for the application of the laws regarding precisely the exercise of the right to vote, as well as of appropriate conditions for the proper conduct of electoral operations, the Permanent Electoral Authority is set up. For the Organization and conduct of electoral campaigns and of each of each ballot shall be held the Central Electoral Bureau, electoral district electoral offices and bureaus of the polling station.
  

(2) the election referred to in paragraph 1 shall be Bodies. (1) are made up solely of citizens with voting rights. Candidates cannot be President or Vice-Presidents you Central Electoral Board and members of the bureaus.
  

(3) In the performance of the electoral bodies, their members to exercise a function involving State authority accurate and impartial. the exercise of the function of a member of the electoral bodies. Failure to comply with a legal obligation to attract liability.
  

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Art. 23 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Art. 23 was amended by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 23 ^ 1 (1) the Permanent Electoral Authority is an independent administrative institution, with a general competence that ensure, at national level, the application of unitary, in the interval between the two periods, the legal provisions relating to the Organization and conduct of elections, seeks and supports the necessary logistics equipment with them, as well as specific operations, in the interval between the two periods.
  

(2) In the meaning of this law, the election period is the period that begins on the date of the public of the date of the election and shall end on a date with official communication of the result of the vote. Election period comprises the electoral campaign, the conduct of actual voting, centralizing the votes, determining the outcome of elections, award of mandates and the publication of the election result in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I.
  

(3) the election Authority Permanently is headed by a President with the rank of Secretary of State, who is appointed by resolution of the Senate and of the Chamber of deputies of the personalities with training and experience in the field of legal or administrative.
  

(4) the President is assisted by 2 Vice Presidents, with the rank of Undersecretary of State, one appointed by the President of Romania, and the other by the Prime Minister.
  

(5) the President and Vice-Presidents may not be members of any political party.
  

(6) the term of Office of the President and Vice-Presidents of the Central Electoral Board mandates are every 8 years and can be renewed.
  

(7) the Chairman and the Vice-Chairmen may be to cancel, for serious reasons, by the authorities which i have appointed.
  

(8) current expenditure and capital of the Central Electoral Board shall ensure from the State budget.
  

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Art. 23 ^ 1 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 23 ^ 2 (1) the authority of a Permanent Electoral apparatus has its own specialty.
  

(2) the Organization and operation of the apparatus of the Central Electoral Board, the number of posts, staff regulations, powers and organizational structure shall be determined by the rules of organization and operation, approved by decision of the Government.
  

(3) the election Authority may have Permanent branches in each of the developing regions. The establishment of branches, the number of working positions, powers and their relations with the Permanent Electoral Authority shall establish its own rules of organization and operation thereof.
  

(4) personnel from specialized apparatus of the Central Electoral Board shall be determined by law.
  

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Art. 23 ^ 2 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 23 ^ 3 Permanent Electoral Authority presents to Parliament annually a report on its work.
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Art. 23 ^ 3 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 23 (1) ^ 4 Electoral Authority to exercise the following powers Permanently in the interval between two periods: the election) elaborates proposals to ensure the logistics for the election and seeks how the proposals;
  

b) seeks the means of identification of polling station premises and headquarters bureaus;
  

c) carry out and pursues from time to plant specific polling station: litter and standard booths, stamps, tusiere, containers for the transportation of ballot papers and the like;
  

d) seeks the way of securing the funds necessary to achieve staggered from time, logistics;
  

e) elaborates the protection systems of the polling stations, ballots and other documents specific to the electoral process;
  


f) monitors and controls the way of compiling, updating and keeping of registers containing the voter lists, as well as how to conduct communications provided by law;
  

(g) preparation and issuance) seeks voter cards, according to the voter;
  

h) seeks and controls how to ensure the integration of the content of the electoral lists should be kept at the local councils and the existing copy to the judges;
  

I) ensure, within the limits of its competence, the application of unified legal provisions relating to the organisation of elections;
  

j) elaborates studies and proposals aimed at improving the electoral system, which gives them publicity and the public authorities, political parties, as well as non-governmental organizations concerned;
  

k) publish, within 3 months after completion, depending on the case, parliamentary elections, local or presidential, a White Book which will comprise an analysis of elections, aimed at participating in the elections, conducting elections, irregularities found and the result of the election;
  

l) elaborates the training and information programs to voters over the Romanian electoral system and respect for electoral ethics and ensuring popularization thereof;
  

m) specific training programs developed for the Secretaries of administrative-territorial units, and organizes the deployment of these programmes;
  

n) elaborates the programs and establishes uniform rules concerning the exercise of voting by people ignorant of the book or with disabilities and ensure their popularization;
  

a draft budget is being prepared), which will be approved by the State budget law;
  

p) draws up the list of specialized personnel certified by the National Institute of statistics, which will participate in the collection, processing and finding the election results;
  

q) organise and provide the physical basis for the information system at the national level, in order to determine the results of elections;
  

r) organises auctions for the purpose of selection of computer programs that will be used by the Central Electoral Bureau for the centralization of results of voting;
  

s) elaborates and submit to the Government for approval timing of actions within the election period;
  

s) elaborates and submit to the Government for approval draft decisions specific to the proper organisation and conduct of elections;
  

t) to improve and develop proposals on improvement of the electoral system, which they submit to the Government for appropriation and the exercise of the right of legislative initiative;
  

t) presents to the Government for approval the budget period; the budget will be approved in no later than 5 days from the public to the election day;
  

u) certifying neschimbare 10 towards, days before the election date, computer programs have been selected following an invitation to tender organised according to the laws in force and puts at your disposal the parties entered into the electoral competition, upon request.
  

(2) the election Authority fulfilling any other Permanent powers provided by law.
  

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Art. 23 ^ 4 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 24 (1) the Central Electoral Bureau is made up of seven judges of the Supreme Court of Justice, the President of the Central Electoral Board and 15 representatives of political parties and alliances, which participate in the elections.
  

(1 ^ 1) Working device of the Central Electoral Board will support the Central Electoral Bureau in what devolved powers and the activities they carried out in the election period.

(2) the designation of the seven judges is made in public session, within 5 days after the date of elections, by drawing lots, by the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, of all judges in the exercise of the Court. The result of the draw shall be recorded in minutes signed by the Chairman and the Chief Consultant of the Supreme Court of Justice, which constitute the Act of investing. The date of the meeting is to inform the public through the press, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, at least 48 hours in advance.
  

(3) within 24 hours after the swearing-in, appointed judges choose, from their names, by secret ballot, the President of the Central Electoral Bureau. In this organization, the Central Electoral Bureau will carry out all the duties incumbent on him under this Act, is reported to be filled with representatives of parties, political parties and their alliances.
  

(4) within 2 days of the date from which applications may be submitted, the parties, their political parties and alliances participating in elections shall communicate, in writing, the Central Electoral Bureau, the number of lists of candidates in all electoral districts, as well as first and last name and the name of the House of representatives. Messages transmitted after this term is no longer considered.
  

(5) the appointment of representatives of political parties, political parties or alliances in Central Electoral Bureau is in descending order of number of share of the lists of candidates supplied by each party, party politics or Alliance thereof, in accordance with paragraph 1. (4) the number of electorates across the country. A party, party politics or Alliance thereof may not have more than 5 representatives.
  

(6) persons who have the status of representatives of a political party, party politics or Alliance into Central Electoral Bureau shall be determined in the order mentioned in the communication provided in para. 4. (7) If more parties, political parties or alliances thereof have made the same number of lists, appointment of their representatives, will be made by drawing lots, by the President of the Central Electoral Board, in the presence of the persons delegated by political parties, political parties or alliances.
  

(8) the completion of the Central Electoral Board with representatives of parties, political parties and their alliances to do it within 24 hours of the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (4) the President of the Central Electoral Board, assisted by 3 judges, in the presence of the persons delegated by the parties, their political parties and alliances that have sent representatives. The minutes drawn up by the Chairman regarding the manner of selecting representatives constitute the Act of attestation of the quality of their members into the Central Electoral Bureau.
  

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Art. 24 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) of article 1. 24 amended by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1 ^ 1), art. 24 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 25 (1) the Central Electoral Board has the following powers: (a) updating of lists) watches the Central Electoral Board, monitor the implementation of laws concerning the elections throughout the country and ensure their uniform interpretation;
  

b) intimpinarile relating to solve his own activity and appeals regarding district electoral offices operations;
  

c) received from district electoral offices the minutes containing the number of valid votes cast for each list of candidates and find if there are any parties, political parties or alliances thereof which have not met the threshold laid down in article 21. 65 paragraph 1. (2); district electoral offices communicate and give publicity, within 24 hours of the finding, parties, political parties or alliances thereof lies in this situation;
  

d) check and record the outcome of elections nationwide, aggregated on unused votes for each party, party politics or Alliance thereof that meets the condition stipulated in (b). c) and secure centralized allocation and deployment of electoral districts mandates what yours;
  

e) attest to award a mandate of lawmaker belonging to the national minorities citizens organization that met the conditions laid down in articles 81 and 82. 4 proof of certificate and issues the Deputy designated on this basis;
  

f) cancelled the elections from an electoral district if the election result and establish voting took place through fraud to alter the attribution of mandates and has repetition of elections;
  

f ^ 1) conveys the Central Electoral Board, after publication of the election results in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, required materials Book writing White election;

(g) any other obligations) meets that accrues under this law.
  

(2) If, in order to solve a dispute, fact checks required, they are performed in the presence of a judge from the Central Electoral Bureau. Such checks cannot be made on election day.
  


(3) an application for annulment of elections from a constituency election can only be made by the parties, political parties, alliances or independent candidates who participated in the election, within 48 hours after the end of voting, under penalty of revocation. The application must be motivated and accompanied by evidence on which it is based. The request can be admitted only if the matter is referred to it is not involved in fraud. The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) shall be applied in an appropriate manner. The resolution of the request by the Central Electoral Bureau shall be made up to the date of publication of the election result in the Official Gazette of Romania.
  

(4) the decisions of the Central Electoral Board are brought to our attention during the session.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — c) of paragraph 1. (1) of article 1. 25 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.
(A) paragraphs 1 to 5). (1) of article 1. 25 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.
Art. 25 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Letter f ^ 1) para. (1) of article 1. 25 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 26 (1) of the electoral constituency consists of 3 judges and of a maximum of 8 representatives of political parties, political parties or alliances thereof that participate in the election in the electoral district in which the work of the electoral office.
  

(2) the appointment of three judges is made in public session, within 5 days after the date of the election, by the President of the Tribunal, by drawing lots, of the judges in the county courthouse or you exercise you Court of Bucharest. The date of the meeting is to inform the public, through the press, the President of the Tribunal, at least 48 hours in advance. The result of the draw shall be recorded in minutes signed by the Chairman, which constitutes the Act of investing. Within 24 hours after the nomination, judges, by secret ballot, elect the President of the electoral constituency. The Office thus constituted that performs all the tasks incumbent under this law, the following has to be filled with representatives of parties, political parties or alliances which participate in the elections.
  

(3) within 2 days of the date from which applications may be submitted, parties, political parties and alliances will communicate, in writing, the district electoral offices, the number of candidates on the lists of candidates in the electoral district, as well as first and last name and the name of the House of representatives. Messages transmitted after this term is no longer considered.
  

(4) the designation of the representatives of political parties, political parties and electoral alliances in their constituency is in descending order of the weighting of the number of candidates each party release party or Alliance thereof, in accordance with paragraph 1. (3) in the total number of communications received from candidates. A party or Alliance of policy formation cannot have more than 3 representatives.
  

(5) the completion of the electoral office with representatives of parties, political parties or alliances thereof shall be made in compliance with art. 24 para. (6) and (8) apply in the appropriate manner. If more parties, political parties or alliances thereof have made the same number of candidates, the appointment of representatives will be made by drawing lots, by the President of the Office of the electoral district, in the presence of delegations from political parties, political parties or alliances.
  

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Art. 26 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 27 (1) the district electoral Offices have the following powers: (a) provisions laid down by law) about the election in the electoral district in which it works, watch the Organization, of the time, the polling station;
  

b applications filed and recorded) establish permanent raminerea;
  

c) publications and ads displayed during the legislative provisions concerning the lists of candidates and independent candidates;
  

d) solve their own greetings relating to activities and appeals with respect to the operations of the electoral precinct or, where appropriate, election offices of the electoral district in which it works;
  

e) distribute, along with mayors, electoral precinct ballots, stamps and stamp with the words «Vote». Office of the electoral district of Bucharest distributes these materials electoral offices;
  

f) total outcome of elections at polling stations and Central Electoral Bureau communicates the report containing the number of valid votes cast for each list of candidates. Office of the electoral district of Bucharest total elections submitted to state election offices and communicate the Central Electoral Board the minutes containing the number of valid votes cast for each list of candidates;
  

g) on the basis of the Central Electoral Office parties, political parties or alliances which do not meet the threshold laid down in article 21. 65 paragraph 1. (2) find the outcome of elections for the constituency elections and releases of deputies or, if necessary, proof of the certificate of election of Senators;
  

h) shows the Central Electoral Board the minutes containing the outcome of elections, as well as greetings, appeals and reports received from the polling precinct in Bucharest at the electoral offices;
  

(I) any other duties) fulfilling their obligations according to the law.
  

(2) the decisions of the Office shall be informed of the election during the session.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-the letters d, e)), f) and h) of paragraph 1. (1) of article 1. 27 have been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Art. 27 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
The letters f and g)) of para. (1) of article 1. 27 have been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 27 (1) ^ 1 Electoral Offices are made up of a Chairman, a Deputy and of not more than 7 members, representatives of political parties and alliances participating in elections in the electoral district in which it works.
  

(2) the President and the Deputy are magistrates, nominated by the President of the Tribunal of Bucharest with 20 days before the date of the election, by drawing lots, of the judges in the Court you exercise. Provisions of art. 28 para. (6), (7), (8), (9), (10) and (11) apply in an appropriate manner.
  

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Art. 27 ^ 1 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 27 ^ 2 electoral offices in the sectors of Bucharest have the following duties: a) receiving ballots, stamp and seal with the mention «» Office Voted electoral district of Bucharest and distributes these materials, along with the mayors, electoral precinct;
  

b election result) total at polling stations and electoral District Office Communicator of Bucharest the minutes containing the number of valid votes cast for each list of candidates;
  

c) solve their own greetings relating to activities and appeals with respect to the operations of the electoral precinct;
  

d) district electoral office shows the minutes containing the outcome of elections, as well as greetings, appeals and reports received from the polling precinct.
  

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Art. 27 ^ 2 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
(A) of article 1.) 27 ^ 2 has been edited by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 28 (1) polling precinct are made up of a Chairman, a Deputy and a maximum of 7 members.
  

(2) the President and the Deputy are, as a rule, lawyers and other judicial officials who do not belong to any political party or party politics, appointed by the President of the County Court or of the municipality of Bucharest, 15 days before the date of the election by drawing lots from a list compiled by the prefects and communicated by them to the President of the Court at least five days before the draw.
  

(3) if the number of Jurists is insufficient, the list will be filled with other people who have a reputation for nestirbita and which do not belong to any political party or party politics.
  


(4) the proposed List will feature a prefect amount of people with 10% higher than the one required, these being the reserve available to the President of the Tribunal; the list will contain: surname, name, addresses, phones and acceptance signatures of persons proposed.
  

(5) the list of people Grouping for the draw, it will make avindu into account in view of the need for their homes to be as close to the headquarters of the electoral vote.
  

(6) bureaus polling station be set up on the date of the designation of their members.
  

(7) members of the bureaus of polling stations come from a representative of the parties, their political parties and alliances participating in elections, in descending order of the number of candidates nominated in an electoral constituency.
  

(8) for this purpose, the President of the Office shall also advise electoral district presidents of electoral polling station within 24 hours of the appointment thereof, pursuant to paragraph 1. (2) the number of candidates proposed by each party, party politics and Alliance. Also, parties, political parties and their alliances are obliged to communicate, each of the electoral board, the President of the polling station, in the same period, the surname and the name of their representative.
  

(9) If two or more parties, political parties of the time of their alliances have the same number of candidates, their representatives are part of the electoral voting, limited places unfilled by representatives of parties, political parties and their alliances, according to para. (7) in a more favorable situation; If the application of this provision is not possible as all representatives to be included in the electoral component, its Chairman will proceed to the drawing of lots, in compliance with the provisions of art. 26 para. (5) that is applied in an appropriate manner.
  

(10) if the parties, political parties or alliances thereof do not have designated representatives or the number of representatives is insufficient, the completion of the electoral precinct is made by the President of the Tribunal from the list provided in paragraph 1. (4) by drawing lots.
  

(11) the appointment of members of the electoral board shall be made by its Chairman, on the basis of the communications referred to in paragraph 1. (8) or, where appropriate, of the provisions of paragraph 1. (9), using a process-verbal, composed manner of selecting representatives, constitute the Act of attestation of the quality of their members in the electoral vote; drawing up the minutes shall be made within 24 hours after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (8) with the participation of parties, political parties and their alliances concerned, if sent, for this purpose, a delegate.
  

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Art. 28 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 29 polling precinct shall have the following powers: to receive a copy of) the lists transmitted, under art. 13(2). (2) the voter's cards, and uncollected, according to art. 391. (3) the district electoral offices, ballots for voters to vote at the polling station, a seal and stamps with the mention «Vote». In Bucharest the ballot papers, stamps and stamp with the words «Vote» you get from electoral offices;
  

b) lead the voting operations, take all measures to order in the premises of the polling station and in surrounding areas;
  

c) counts the votes and records the results of elections;
  

d) solve their own intimpinarile relating to the activity;
  

e) handed to the district electoral offices or, as appropriate, election of the offices the minutes containing the result of the voting, together with complaints lodged with the materials to which they refer;
  

f) teach with court proceedings, in whose territorial RADIUS have their headquarters, the ballots used and uncontested, as well as the cancelled stamps and other materials necessary for voting; Special voter lists at the polling stations set up at military units shall be transmitted, under military guard, these units and keeps the unit commander.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — the letters a and e)) of art. 29 have been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 30 electoral Offices and offices working in the presence of the majority of their members and shall take decisions by a majority vote of the members present.
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Art. 30 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 31 representatives of parties, political parties or electoral alliances in their offices can receive other credentials required by this law.
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Art. 31 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 32 (1) of the political parties and alliances participating in elections, as well as independent candidates can contest training mode and component offices and electoral offices in less than 48 hours after the expiry of the period of formation or, if necessary, to supplement those offices and post offices.
  

(2) Appeals shall be settled by the district electoral boards, if they concern the electoral voting, the Central Electoral Bureau, if they concern electoral district or by the Supreme Court of Justice, if they relate to the Central Electoral Bureau, in no later than two days from registration. The judgment is final. In Bucharest appeals are solved by the electoral office, if they concern the electoral and polling stations electoral district election offices, if they concern.
  

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Art. 32 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 5 Applications Article 33 (1) candidates shall be made and Proposals on electoral districts and shall be lodged with the district electoral offices, the latest 30 days before the date of the election.
  

(2) Proposals of candidates shall be made in written form, in 4 copies to parties or political parties participating in the election, under the leadership of their signature or of the person designated to sign them, and in the case of independent candidates, based on the list of supporters.
  

(3) the list of Endorsers must contain the date of the election, the candidate's name and surname, given name and surname, date of birth, address, ID number, and your signature to supporters, as well as the person who compiled the list.
  

(4) the list of public supporters constitutes an act, with all the consequences provided for by law.
  

(5) the Proponents may be only citizens with voting rights.
  

(6) a supporter can support only one candidate running for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate.
  

(7) Accessions give supporters on their own responsibility.
  

(8) the proposals for candidates under paragraph 1. (2) must contain the name, surname, place of residence, place and date of birth, occupation, profession and candidate will be accompanied by a declaration of acceptance of the candidacy, written, signed and dated by the candidate.
  

(9) the Declaration of acceptance will include first name, last name, partisanship, profession and occupation of the candidate, the express consent of the candidates, as well as understanding that meets the conditions provided for by law in order to run.
  


Article 34 (1) can't stand people who, on the date of the election, do not meet the conditions laid down in articles 81 and 82. 35 of the Constitution to be chosen.
  

(2) in addition, prefects and subprefecţii may not be a candidate in the electoral districts represented in the administrative-territorial units, in exercising the functions after the date of commencement of the official election campaign.
  

(3) the President of Romania, if elected senator or Deputy, is required, up to the date of validation, to choose between quality of mp or Chairman.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 34 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000, amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 35 (1) electoral District Office shall examine whether the conditions laid down by law for a person to be able to run applications that meet and recorded these conditions.
  

(2) two copies of the proposal application is kept at the Office of the electoral district, and another must be recorded at the Court in whose area the electoral constituency, and is the Fourth Office certificate, shall be returned to the depositor.
  


Article 36 (1) until the 20 days before the date of elections, citizens, political parties and other political parties may challenge the candidates.
  

(2) for this purpose, within 24 hours of registering eligible voters, one of the copies of the proposal application is displaying electoral district office at its headquarters.
  


(3) any question concerning the registration or rejection of candidatures shall be settled by the Court in whose area the electoral constituency is, in less than two days after receipt of the appeal. The judgment does not communicate.
  

(4) the judgment against the opposition can appeal within 24 hours of Court's pronouncement, the hierarchical superior. The appeal shall be settled within 2 days of registering.
  

(5) Appeals shall contain surname and name, address and the name and surname contestatorului, the candidate of the opposition, exposing the grounds, date and signature of contestatorului and indication, if any, of the person designated to represent him.
  

(6) the appeal request and Appeal shall be lodged with the court competence, on pain of nullity.
  

(7) after the expiry of the time limits referred to in paragraph 1. (1), (3) and (4), the district electoral offices to ascertain, on the basis of the report, raminerea removal of applications, displays, at their headquarters, candidates final and have the printing of ballot papers.
  


Chapter 6 ballots Article 37 voting ballots will be printed and the necessary stamps will be voting in compliance with the models set out in the annex. 3. Article 38 (1) the dimensions of the ballot paper shall be determined by the Office of the electoral district, taking into account the number of candidates and lists of independent candidates and space for their printing.
  

(2) Paper for ballot design will be white and thick enough to distinguish the reverse printed name and vote.
  

(3) the pages of the ballot paper will print quadrilaterals, in sufficient number to include all candidates, except for the last page that will remain white for a seal; the pages shall be numbered.
  

(4) ballots shall be stapled.
  

(5) the Ices will print parallel to each other, two columns on the same page.
  

(6) In the angle of the left top of patrulaterului will print the name of the party, political party or Alliance thereof who participate in election times, depending on the case, "independent candidate", and the angle of the right side up, mark.
  

(7) In each ICES voting Bulletin will print the lists of candidates in the order resulting from the draw, conducted by the Office of the electoral district; identify candidates on the list by first name and last name and, if necessary, by partisanship.
  

(8) for each independent candidate shall print a quadrangle, in the finals of the report, in the order of registration of proposals.
  

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Art. 38 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 39 (1) Signs shall be determined by election by each party, the Alliance party politics of their times or independent candidate and the Central Electoral Bureau shall communicate in 3 days after its establishment.
  

(1 ^ 1) Election signs Central Electoral Office releases must clearly distinguish the earlier registered trade mark, being forbidden to use the same graphic symbols, irrespective of the geometric figure in which they are assigned. Political alliances and parties may employ as a sign, the sign with which have signed up to the Court.
(1 ^ 2) Election signs cannot reproduce or combine two national symbols of the roman State, other States, international bodies of religious worship. Except the political parties which are members of international political organizations, which could then use the mark of the Organization as such or in a specific combination.

(2) election Signs used in previous elections cannot be used by other parties, political parties, their alliances or independents than with the consent of those to whom it belonged to the parties that made up the Alliance.
  

(3) if the same sign is applied for election several times, political parties or alliances of independent candidates, the award will be made for the benefit of the party, political party or independent candidate Alliance who registered the first sign that, in the event of simultaneous recording times of impossibility of establishing priority, through drawing lots , Chairman of the Central Electoral Board, within 24 hours after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (3 ^ 1) Appeals regarding the registration of election signs shall be submitted within 24 hours after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (1) and shall be settled by the Bucharest Court in less than two days after receipt of the complaint. The judgment does not communicate to the parties. Provisions of art. 36 para. (4) to (6) shall apply. Final and irrevocable judgment shall communicate as soon as the Central Election Bureau.

(4) election Signs cannot be contrary to the rule of law.
  

(5) Central Electoral Bureau will ensure public voter signs the day after expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (1) or, as appropriate, after any final and irrevocable court judgment.
  

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Art. 39 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1 ^ 1) and (1 ^ 2) of art. 39 were introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (3 ^ 1), art. 39 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (5) article. 39 has been amended by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 40 Alliance of parties who participated in the previous election in a name, one can only keep if not changed the initial component. Also, the name that cannot be used by another Alliance.
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Art. 40 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 41 (1) for the entire electoral constituency, the ballot papers will be printed in the same size and the same characters and the same ink, so many voters in copies are read in the constituency, with an additional 10%.
  

(2) Printing ballots ensure that district electoral offices, via the school prefects. Constables are responsible that all ballot papers needed to be printed with at least 3 days before the date of the election.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 41 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 42 (1) ballot papers shall be submitted to the President of the electoral constituency, they will distribute Presidents bureaus of polling stations with at least 1 day before the date of the election. In Bucharest the President distributes electoral district office at least 2 days before the date of the election, voting ballots, election offices Presidents that they will teach the Presidents of electoral polling station with at least 1 day before the date of the election. Teaching and distributing ballots are made in sealed packages of 100 pieces each, on the basis of the report.
  

(2) two copies of the ballots, stamped and cancelled by the President of the electoral constituency, it will display in the preziua election the seat of courts, as well as at the headquarters of each of the polling stations.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 42 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Art. 42 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 43 at the request of parties, political parties, alliances or independent candidates who participate in the elections, district electoral office will release, for each, 2 ballots, stamped and cancelled.
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Art. 43 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Chapter 7 the election campaign Article 44 (1) election campaign begins on the date of the public of the date of the election and ends two days before the voting day.
  

(2) In the election campaign, candidates, political parties, political parties, social organizations and all citizens have the right to express their opinions freely and without discrimination, through rallies, gatherings, using television, radio, the press and other mass media.
  

(3) the means used in the election campaign may not contravene the rule of law.
  

(4) it is prohibited any commercial advertising process through the press or the audiovisual media for election propaganda.
  

(5) it is prohibited to organize election campaign activities in military units.
  


Article 45 be repealed.
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Art. 45 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Art. 45 was repealed by law No. 43 of 21 January 2003 published in Official Gazette No. 54 of 30 January 2003.


Article 46 (1) access to public radio and television, during the election campaign, is guaranteed in terms of this article.
  

(2) parties, independent candidates and the political parties represented in Parliament have access to public services of radio and television, subsidized from the State budget of the parties, the rest of the political parties and independent candidates will have access to the services in question on the basis of contracts concluded between the relevant institutions of the Romanian radio and television and the financial agents represent, practicindu-unit is the single rates of emission.
  

(3) parties and political parties participating in the election are required to request, in 48 hours from the date of the day of the vote, the leadership of the public service of radio and television, granting periods. Requests over that period shall not be taken into account.
  

(4) Schedule for the election campaign and the distribution of antenna time shall be determined by a special parliamentary Commission, together with representatives of public service radio and television, in less than 5 days from the opening of the election campaign. The allocation will take into account that the time for parties and political parties represented in Parliament, in the conditions of paragraph 1. (2) to be 2 times higher than for other parties and political parties and to correspond to the share.
  

(5) after the expiry of the period for submission of applications shall be made, in accordance with paragraph 1. (4), a new timetable and a new sharing of antenna time, proportional to the number of lists of candidates submitted throughout the country. Parties, political parties or alliances thereof, that have not submitted their lists of candidates in at least 10 electoral districts, lose the right to split the dish at the central stations of radio and television. Proof of submission of candidatures will be done with the certificate issued by the Office of the electoral district.
  

(6) independent candidates can exercise their right to split the dish once, between 5 minutes and one hour, equally, according to the established schedule and their number.
  

(7) shall not include the right to split the dish interviews, reports and other audiovisual services of general interest for the information of the citizens.
  

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Art. 46 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 47 (1) Mayors are obliged as within 5 days from the start of the election campaign, to establish special places for electoral, taking into account the number of parties, political parties and alliances which States that will submit lists of candidates and of the people who declare that they will run in elections as independents.
  

(2) the mayors will ensure that special display to be situated in squares, streets and other public places frequented by citizens without stinjenirea circulation on public roads and other activities in their respective localities. Previously, mayors are obliged to ensure the removal of any posters, records and marks left from previous election campaigns.
  

(3) the use of electoral seats is allowed only for parties, their political parties or alliances that participate in elections and for independent candidates.
  

(4) it is prohibited to use a party, party politics, Alliance of independent candidate or special places for electoral in order to prevent their use by another party, the Alliance Party, or an independent candidate.
  

(5) In other places than those laid down pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) electoral is allowed only with the consent of the owners or, if necessary, of the holders.
  

(6) on a panel each party, electoral politics, the Alliance Party or independent candidate may apply to a single election poster.
  

(7) An election poster may not exceed the dimensions of 500 mm 300 mm a side and the other side, and the one by which we shall call a meeting of the election, 400 mm and 250 mm one side the other side.
  

(8) are forbidden posters that combine colors in order to evoke the flag of Romania or of another State.
  

(9) the police is obliged to insure the integrity of election posters and billboards.
  

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Art. 47 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 48 (1) the district electoral Offices keep at correct conduct of the electoral campaign in the constituency in which they work, why they are handled fairly, confidentially solutionind asked questions about the prevention of a political party, political party or Alliance of independent candidate to conduct their election campaign in the conditions provided for by law and in compliance with the electoral ethics.
  

(2) if the Office of the electoral district be considered on the occasion of plingerii settlement, as it is necessary to take administrative measures or the application of criminal sanctions, refer the matter to the competent authorities.
  

(3) data solution Against electoral constituency can make opposition to the Central Electoral Bureau; the solution is final on the date of the opposition.
  

(4) resolving complaints and Settlement is made within 3 days of their registration, and decisions are published in the press and it displays, in a clearly visible, at the headquarters of electoral office which it has issued.
  

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Art. 48 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Chapter 8 voting Article 49 (1) Each polling station must have a sufficient number of booths, polls and polling stamps in proportion to the number of electors on the lists transmitted by the mayors.
  

(2) the ballot boxes to be stacked and Booths in the same room in which the President's Office. Booths, ballot boxes, stamps and other materials necessary for the electoral board shall ensure the polling stations by the mayors of communes, towns, municipalities and administrative-territorial subdivisions of municipalities, together with prefects.
  

(3) Stamps and other materials necessary for electoral precinct shall be submitted on the basis of the report drawn up by the mayors, together with Presidents of district electoral offices or, as appropriate, election offices, polling station Presidents with at least 1 day before the date of the election. After the takeover of ballot papers and polling division President seals ensure keeping them secure.
  

(4) printed Forms and other required voting shall be submitted to the electoral polling-based delivery-receipt slip, composed of sorts and the number of copies of each print.
  

(5) the President of the electoral precinct must be present on the premises of the polling station on election day Eve at 18.00, being forced to take, as soon as, the necessary measures to ensure order and fairness of the voting operations.
  

(6) the President shall order the attachment of guard stations around the premises.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 49 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 50 (1) on election day, at the electoral office, 6.00 President of the polling station, in the presence of the other members, check the ballot boxes, the existence of voter lists, ballots and seals, then shut down and sealed ballot boxes, by applying the stamp of the Department.
  

(2) the President shall ensure that the control's postmark the ballots.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 50 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 51 (1) the President of the electoral board is obliged to take the measures necessary to ensure that the elections to proceed in good condition.
  

(2) his Powers in this respect, extending outside the polling place, in its courtyard, in the yard, in the entrances around the premises, as well as on streets and public squares up to a distance of 500 m.
  

(3) In addition to the members of the electoral voting, candidates and accredited delegates, no other person can not stay parked in public places in the polling station or polling place to vote more than the time required for a vote.
  


(4) the accreditation of delegates for the press, cinema, radio and the Romanian television is made by the Central Electoral Bureau, and for the press, cinema, radio and television, as well as representatives of international organizations, by the Central Electoral Bureau, with the opinion of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Violation of the conditions of accreditation of law attract the termination of accreditation.
  

(5) the accredited Delegates may attend only if electoral operations shows the Act of accreditation. They cannot intervene in any way in organizing and conducting the elections, only the right to refer the matter to the Chairman of the electoral board in the case of an irregularity is ascertained,. Any act of propaganda for or against a political party, the Alliance Party, policy or candidate or trying to influence voters, operation as a violation of in any way of legal sanctions to attract accreditation, suspension of accreditation by the electoral board that irregularity has been found, and on the day of voting, the removal of that person from the polling station.
  

(6) in order to maintain law and order, the President of the electoral precinct will have at its disposal the necessary means of orders, provided by prefects, along with the Ministry of administration and Interior.
  

(7) it shall be prohibited during the voting members of the bureaus and persons accredited to wear badges, badges or other signs of election propaganda.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (4) article. 51 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Art. 51 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (6) article. 51 was amended by replacing the term "Interior Ministry" with "Ministry of administration and Interior" of EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 50 of 15 June 2004 published in Official Gazette No. 595 from July 1, 2004.


Article 52 Voting start at 7.00 and ends at 21.00 o'clock.
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Art. 52 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 53 (1) Voters may vote at the polling station where they are domiciled or at polling stations organized under art. 19 and 20. Voters who vote at polling places organized under art. 19 and 20 shall be entered in the special electoral lists.
  

(2) voters who, on the day of voting, is located in another locality than why are registered in the electoral roll, they can exercise their right to vote based on voter's card at any polling station, is reported to be enrolled in a special election by the electoral board.
  

(2 ^ 1) In special lists will be passed and voters who are present at the vote and prove with identification card as residing in the arondata area of the respective polling stations, but were omisi from the electoral list.

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) applied to Romanian citizens residing abroad who, on the day of elections, is in the country, on the basis of the Passport.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (2 ^ 1), art. 53 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.


Article 54 (1) access to the voters in the vote takes place in the appropriate series number 20. Each voter will present the book and identity card of the electoral voting section which, after checking their registration in the electoral list or, where appropriate, the entry in the list of special election provided by art. 53, shall entrust the voting ballots for voting and a seal, signature-based electoral list. If a voter presents himself with the duplicate voter card, the electoral precinct will mention it in the electoral list.
  

(2) voters who pick up, according to art. 391. (3) the voter at the polling station will sign the receipt in the minutes drawn up by the primary teaching of voter cards uncollected.
  

(3) If the elector, for reasons noted by the President of the Office section, cannot sign the electoral list, it will make the entry in the list, with confirmation, on the basis of the signature of a member of the electoral board.
  

(4) voters will vote separately in closed cabins, applying a seal bearing the words "voted" inside patrulaterului that contains a list of candidates or independent candidate name and surname you vote.
  

(5) the stamp "voted" must be sized in order to be less than rectangles.
  

(6) after they voted, voters will bend, such as bulletins video white that carries the stamp of control remain outside, and they will enter into the URN, careful not to open.
  

(7) our Bending wrong does not involve the nullity of the latter.
  

(8) if the bulletin is open, upon request from voter error is cancelled and will be given only once a new report, notably the corresponding indication is in the minutes of the voting operations.
  

(9) a stamp assigned to the polling station shall be returned to the President, after which it will be applied on the voter card in the place corresponding to the number of ballots, mentioning the date.
  

(10) the Chairman may take action as grounding a voter in the voting booth not to prolong unduly.
  

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Alin. (2) and (9) of article 23. 54 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 55 Presidents, members of the bureaus of the polling station, as well as persons responsible for maintaining order, will vote in the Department which operates after their inclusion in the list of special election as provided by article 12. 53. Article 56 (1) any voter Candidates have the right to dispute the identity of the person attending the vote. In this case, the identity is determined by the President by any legal means.
  

(2) if the opposition is justified, the President will stop polling on voter challenged, will record the fact in the minutes and will refer the matter to the police authorities in this situation.
  


Article 57 (1) the President of the electoral division may suspend voting for good reasons.
  

(2) the suspension shall not exceed an hour and will be announced through the restaurant door display with at least an hour before. The total length of the holds shall not exceed 2 hours.
  

(3) during the suspension, ballot boxes, ballots, stamps and other documents and materials of the electoral board will remain under permanent guard, and members of the Bureau will not be able to leave the Hall voting all at the same time.
  

(4) persons who, on the basis of art. 51 para. (3) assist the voting may not be required to leave the voting Hall at this time.
  


Article 58 (1) the presence of any person in the voting booths, in addition to that voting, is prohibited.
  

(2) a Voter who, for special reasons, established by the President of the electoral vote, cannot vote alone, has the right to call in the voting booth a caregiver of his choice, to assist him. It may not be time for the electoral observers or members of the Department.
  


Article 59 For netransportabili voters because of illness or disability, at the request of those in this situation or the bodies of health care institutions or social ocrotiri in the netransportabili lies hospitalized, Chairman of the electoral precinct shall designate, within the Office, a number of members that are moving with a special ballot boxes and voting material required at the place where the voter, in order to carry out the voting.


Article 60 At 21.00 o'clock President the electoral polling has finished voting and declare the closure of the polling stations.
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Art. 60 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 9 the establishment of results obtained in section 1 election tabulation at the polling stations in article 61 (1) after the conclusion of voting, the Chairman of the Department of electoral voting will proceed in the presence of members of the Bureau and, if necessary, the candidates and the persons accredited to attend polling stations, to inventory and sealing stamp "voted" as well as the counting and voiding ballots left neîntrebuinţate checking the seals on the ballot boxes from the polling stations, and after the completion of these operations, at the opening of the ballot boxes.
  

(2) the President, at the opening of each newscast, will read aloud the list of candidates has been passed or, where appropriate, the full name and the name of the independent candidate voted and will show the ballot of those present. Ballots will open down on parties, political parties and alliances, as well as independent candidates and shall include connected separately.
  

(3) Are void ballot papers which have not applied them seal control of polling stations, ballots with different model than the one legally approved, ballots that do not have "voted" stamp or seal is applied more quadrilaterals. Voting is also valid in the case that, although the stamp applied to overcome the limits of patrulaterului, a voter is obvious.
  

(4) ballot papers not included in calculation of void votes validly cast.
  


(5) the result of the vote for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate will be made into two separate tables. The tables have been drawn up by a member of the electoral board, appointed by the President. If the results are recorded at present and they have the right candidates, to draw up and a table for each of the Chambers of Parliament.
  

(6) In the tables referred to in paragraph 1. (5) will score votes void, the lists of candidates or independent candidates name and surname and valid votes cast for each.
  

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Art. 61 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 62 (1) after the opening of ballot boxes and counting of votes the Chairman of the electoral voting will end, separately for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, a report, in 3 copies, which will include: a) the number of voters, according to the electoral lists;
  

b) the number of voters who have showed up at the polls; the breakdown of this number in proportion to voters on the electoral list of one permanent and special;
  

c) the total number of votes validly cast;
  

d) number of votes void;
  

e) number of valid votes obtained by each list of candidates or independent candidate;
  

f) exposure, short, întâmpinărilor and complaints and their resolution, as well as complaints filed to the electoral district;
  

g) seals on State polls at the close of voting;
  

h) the number of ballots received;
  

I) the number of ballots left neîntrebuinţate and void.
  

(2) the minutes shall be signed by the Chairman and the members of the Bureau and will have applied the control stamp. Signatures are put in the right surname, name and, if necessary, of the political affiliation of each Member. A copy of the minutes shall display conspicuously at the place at the headquarters of the electoral vote.
  

(3) the members of the electoral precinct who signed the minutes shall be issued, upon request, a copy certified by all those who signed the original; the request must be formulated before compiling the report.
  

(4) the lack of the signature of some members of the Bureau does not influence on the validity of the report. The President will mention the reasons that had prevented the signing.
  

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Alin. (1) and (2) of article 3. 62 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.


Article 63 (1) during the time of the voting operations or opening of ballot boxes can be done intimpinari times appeal with respect to these operations by the candidates, the members of the electoral board, as well as to voting by electors.
  

(2) Appeals shall be formulated in writing and shall be presented to the President of the electoral voting, which will release proof of receipt.
  

(3) the President of the electoral voting will decide, as soon as, upon complaints whose solution do not suffer from delay.
  


Article 64 (1) to the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate shall be made for a file containing the minutes and complaints concerning the operations of the Department, as well as ballots void and challenged. The dossiers are sealed and stamps will forward the electoral constituency or electoral office, as appropriate, by the President of the electoral vote and the members of the Bureau, with the military guard, within no more than 24 hours since the closure of the polling stations. Within 24 hours of receipt of electoral offices sealed and handed the dossiers Office stamps electoral district of Bucharest.
  

(2) within 24 hours from the receipt of the dossier, district electoral office will send one of the copies of the report to the Court in whose area the electoral district is located; Parties and political parties as well as independent candidates will be able to obtain copies from this copy.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 64 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 64 ^ 1 electoral Office after receipt of reports covering the outcome of the vote, will be terminated, in accordance with art. 62 para. (1) (a). a)-f), h) and (i)), para. (2), (3) and (4), separately for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate, a report comprising the total of valid votes cast for each party or Alliance policy, you shall submit within 24 hours of the Office of the electoral district of Bucharest.
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Art. 64 ^ 1 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Section 2 Establishment of the results of voting in electoral districts Article 65 (1) after receiving reports the result of the vote of the electoral constituency will end, separately for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate a report containing the valid votes cast for each party, party politics or Alliance thereof, you shall submit within 24 hours to the Central Electoral Bureau.
  

(2) after receiving the protocols concluded by the bureaus of divisions according to para. (1) the Central Electoral Bureau will establish political parties, parties or alliances thereof which meet the threshold separately for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The minimum threshold necessary to represent valid votes cast for parliamentary representation, expressed as a percentage, as follows: a) 5% of valid votes cast nationwide, to political parties or political parties;
  

b) in the case of political alliances, the 5% threshold referred to in subparagraph (a). to add) is the second member of the party political Alliance, 3% of the valid votes cast on the entire country, and, for every political member of the Alliance, beginning with the third party, only one percent (1%) of the votes validly cast on the whole country, but no more than 10%.
  

(3) after receiving the Central Electoral Bureau of the finding in respect of the parties, political parties or alliances thereof which meet and which do not fulfil the electoral threshold, electoral district office will proceed to assigning, under art. 66, the mandates of the respective lawmaker, senator.
  

(4) The work done by the Office of the electoral district are entitled to assist candidates and accredited persons.
  

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Art. 65 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.


Article 66 (1) assigning seats for the candidates on the list is done taking into account only the parties, their political parties or alliances that have met the threshold laid down in article 21. 65 paragraph 1. (2) distinctly for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate.
  

(2) the operation of the award of mandates is made after the Central Electoral Board communication with the parties, their political parties and alliances that have met the threshold laid down in article 21. 65 paragraph 1. (2) distinctly for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate.
  

(3) allocation of Deputy mandates and assignment and senator are made in two stages: each of the electoral districts and the country level.
  

(4) at the electoral district level, electoral fixes, separately for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate, voting constituency, by dividing the total number of valid votes cast for all lists of candidates of political parties, their political parties and alliances that meet the condition stipulated in paragraph 1. (1) if the number of independent candidates for deputies, senators, respectively, which are to be elected in that constituency; each list will be divided so many times the coefficient warrants cite precinct electoral district is included in the votes validly cast to that list; assigning mandates to make electoral constituency in the registration order of candidates on the list; for independent candidates shall be assigned to each a mandate, if it obtained a number of votes validly cast at least equal the electoral quotient for members or for Senators, as appropriate. The remaining votes, i.e. those unused or lower coefficient, obtained lists of candidates of political parties, their political parties and alliances that meet the condition stipulated in paragraph 1. (1) as well as the mandates that have been assigned to the Office of the electoral district shall communicate it to the Central Electoral Board, to be distributed.
  


(5) Central Electoral Bureau sums up the entire country, separately for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate for the votes of those unused or lower coefficient from electoral district all electoral districts, for each party, party politics or their Alliance meets the condition stipulated in paragraph 1. (1); the number of votes obtained by each party, party politics or Alliance thereof shall be divided by 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., is notably so many operations division cite mandates could not be attributed to the constituency level; citurile resulting from the Division, regardless of the list in which it arises, is categorize in descending order, up to the number of seats attributed to the competition; the smallest of these cituri constitute the electoral quotient for members by country, and, separately, for Senators; each party, party politics or their Alliance will allocate so many mandates of deputies or, where appropriate, the Senators cite electoral quotient per country times is contained in the total number of valid votes cast for the party, the party or Alliance policy, resulting from the sum of the votes still to be used for the country and its lower coefficient electoral district.
  

(6) Conduct of mandates and their distribution among electoral districts shall be made by the Central Electoral Bureau, as follows: a) for each party, party politics or their Alliance, to which they had returned warrants pursuant to paragraph 1. (5), shall be divided by number of votes of those unused or lower coefficient electoral district, in each electoral constituency, the total number of valid votes cast for the party, party politics or Alliance had in mind the allocation of seats in the country.
  

The result thus obtained for each constituency shall be multiplied by the number of seats due to the political party, the party or Alliance thereof. Descending sorts the data obtained at the country level and falling within each separate constituencies.
For each constituency shall take into consideration the first parties, political parties or alliances thereof, within the limit of seats what remained to be distributed in that constituency. The latest issue of this operation represents the premises that constituencies.
Next, proceed to the distribution of mandates in constituencies on the order of parties, political parties, their alliances and divisions from the list is organized by country, thus: the first number in the list is organized by country splits at the premises to the District of rezultind, the number of seats the incumbent in that constituency. Next, proceed identically with the following numbers from the list is organized by country.
In the situation in which the number of seats sold out due to a party, a political party or an Alliance times from one electoral constituency, the operation continues without them.
If the number in the list is organized by country is smaller than premises, a mandate is given;

b) if it is not possible to grant warrants in agenda resulting from the provisions of subparagraph (a). the Central Electoral Board), will take into account the constituency election in which the ruling party politics or their Alliance has the largest number of candidates or a candidate, which have not been assigned seats, and if such mandates remained neindividualizate on electoral constituencies, constituency where the party, party politics or Alliance that has the most votes unused times most votes lower coefficient electoral district;
  

c) If after application of the provisions of subparagraph (a). a) and b) have left seats constituencies, nedesfasurate's Central Electoral Bureau established by the agreement of parties, political parties or alliances thereof to whom it owed those mandates according to para. (5), and in the absence of agreement, by drawing lots, within 24 hours of completion.
  

(7) the terms of Office held lists of candidates, in accordance with paragraph 1. (6), shall be assigned to candidates for Office of the electoral district, in the order of their inclusion on the list.
  

(8) the Office of the electoral district to which the certificate of election issues the deputies and senators who were assigned seats, within 24 hours after the completion of each assignment operations.
  

(9) candidates enrolled in lists, which have not been declared elected alternate lists are concerned. In the case of the deputies ' mandates vacation or senators elected on the lists of candidates, will occupy the places become alternates, in the order in which they are enrolled in the lists, if the date of validation, to fill vacant posts, parties or political parties on lists which alternates in writing confirm candidate that belong to them.
  

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Alin. (1) and (2) of article 3. 66 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.
Art. 66 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 67 (1) electoral District Office concluded, separately, cite a report drawn up for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of all electoral operations, centralizing the votes, the outcome of the election and assignment of seats.
  

(2) the report must contain: a) the number of voters from the electoral constituency, according to the electoral lists;
  

b) the total number of voters came to the polls; the breakdown of this number according to the permanent list of electors and special ones;
  

c) the total number of votes validly cast;
  

d) the total number of valid votes cast for each list of candidates for every independent candidate;
  

e) votes void;
  

f) assignment of the warrants, according to art. name, surname of the 66 elected candidates, as well as, where applicable, the party, party politics or their Alliance, which has proposed;
  

g) mandates what could not be attributed to the level of the electoral district, as well as votes validly cast to be summarized, according to art. 66, per country;
  

h) exposure, short, intimpinarilor, appeals and decisions taken by the Office of the electoral district.
  

(3) the minutes together with greetings, appeals and reports received from the bureaus of polling stations and election offices, as appropriate, forming a sealed file, concluded and signed by the members of the electoral board, it draws with the military guard, the Central Electoral Bureau within a maximum of 48 hours from the receipt of the communication the Central Electoral Bureau relating to the conduct of , on electoral constituencies, the mandates assigned centralized country.
  

(4) ballots void will be kept secure, packed, sealed and labeled on each polling station, district electoral offices, to validate the election results.
  

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Alin. (3) art. 67 was modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) article. 67 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.
Art. 67 was modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."


Article 68 (1) the Central Electoral Bureau resolve complaints submitted, intimpinarile and then conclude a separate report for the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate, composed of, on the whole country: a) the total number of voters according to electoral lists;
  

b) the total number of voters who have showed up at the polls;
  

c) the total number of votes validly cast;
  

d) total number of null votes;
  

e) finding with respect to the application by the district electoral offices, the provisions of article 7. 66 para. (4);
  

f) allocation of country mandates under art. 66 para. (5) if the conduct of their constituencies according to para. (6) of the same article;
  

g) organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities which, though they have participated in elections, did not receive any mandate of a Deputy or senator; the totality of the votes validly cast lists for each of these organizations and the organizations to which the finding properly cite a Deputy under art. (4); last name and first name in the list of candidate organization entitled to a lawmaker who has gathered the largest number of votes; in the event that the organization obtained the lists an equal number of votes, the appointment shall be made by drawing lots;
  

h) Review mode and intimpinarile.
  

(2) the minutes shall be signed by the Chairman and the other members of the Bureau in which they have been drawn up and handed to the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, for the purpose of validating the election, together with the dossiers prepared by the district electoral offices.
  

(3) Repealed.
  

(4) the programme used by the Central Electoral Bureau centralized distribution of warrants and conduct their electoral districts shall be approved by the Central Electoral Board and constitute annex to the minutes what goes forward for the validation of mandates.
  


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Alin. (3) art. 68 was repealed by law No. 115 of 16 October 1996, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL NR. 263 of 28 October 1996.


Article 69 Ethnocultural publishing election results in the press and in the Official Gazette, within sufficient compliance with the provisions of article 7. 60 para. (3) of the Constitution.


Chapter 10 by-election in article 70 (1) In case of cancellation of the election in an electoral district, under art. 25 para. (1) (a). (f)), and if the term of Office of a Deputy or senator vacancy cannot be filled by the alternate will be partial elections.
  

(2) will not hold elections if vacation a mandate of a Deputy or senator arose in the last 12 months prior to the expiration of the mandate of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, as provided for by art. 60 para. (1) of the Constitution.
  


Article 71 (1) if the by-election takes place as a result of the cancellation of the elections from an electoral constituency, they are carried out on the basis of the same candidates, election offices, electoral offices and at the same polling stations, in the 3rd Sunday after the cancellation of the initial elections.
  

(2) candidates guilty of fraud no longer participate in the new elections.
  

(3) in case of partial Elections organized vacation a mandate of a Deputy or senator shall take place in the conditions of proper application of this law, in less than 3 months from the date of referral to the Government by the President of the Chamber of deputies or, where appropriate, by the President of the Senate, with respect to meeting the conditions laid down in article 21. 70. (4) In the case referred to in paragraph by-election. (3) shall be held in only one electoral constituency, no longer constitutes the Central Electoral Bureau, its duties to be performed by the following electoral constituency.
  

(5) at the by-election voters participate only on the electoral lists of localities within the electoral district where the election is held.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 71 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 11 Offences and penalties Article 72 shall constitute offences, in so far as, under the law, the following acts are criminal offences: a) inclusion, with good science, a voter in the electoral lists of the home, the inclusion in the electoral roll fictitious persons or which have voting rights, signing the list of supporters with violation of provisions relating to the display of lists of candidates and independent candidates or election signs in use;
  

(b) unjustified refusal of Liberation), upon written request from the party concerned, of voter voter's card or failure in deadlines;
  

c) failure to take the necessary measures, focusing on the conduct of the election meetings, as well as distributing and consuming of alcoholic beverages during these meetings;
  

d) destruction, deterioration, contamination, through writing, or in any manner of the electoral roll, the program displayed platforms or any other propaganda posters times printed election ads;
  

e) displaying the means of election propaganda in places other than those permitted or violation of the provisions of this law;
  

f) acceptance by the citizens of its inclusion in several lists of candidates;
  

g) neaducerea public, by the members of the district electoral offices, of the proposals of the candidates;
  

h) refusal to allow access to the premises of the candidates or persons accredited to attend the electoral operations;
  

I) refusal to comply with the provisions of the President of the electoral voting section relating to insurance law and order in the premises for voting and in the surrounding area;
  

j) undue refusal to inscribe on the list of voter in special or inmina ballot papers and voting voter stamp who signed an electoral list, awarding of the ballot paper to a voter who did not book shows voter and identification card or who refuses to sign for receipt of the electoral list is entered;
  

k) compiles polling precinct, he reports in violation of the provisions of this law;
  

l), including continuation of electoral propaganda in the press, the radio or television, after the conclusion of the election process, as well as advising, voting day, voters, in the press, the radio or television, as well as at the premises of the polling station or in the places referred to in article 1. 51 para. (2) to vote or not to vote for a certain party, a certain political party or Alliance an independent candidate;
  

m) abrogated;
  

n) wearing during the voting precinct voting members or accredited persons, badges, insignias or other signs of electoral propaganda;
  

a violation of) members of the bureaus, the obligation to participate in the work of these offices.
  

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Art. 72 was modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
Letter l) of art. 72 was modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.
Letter m) of art. 72 it was abrogated by law No. 43 of 21 January 2003 published in Official Gazette No. 54 of 30 January 2003.


Article 73 Offences referred to in articles. 72 lit. d), (e)),),) and one) is punished with a fine from 300,000 to 700,000 lei lei, those referred to. f), g), k)) and m), with a fine from 2,000,000 to 700,000 lei lei, and those referred to. a), b), c)) and (j)), with imprisonment ranging from one month to six months or with fine from 2,000,000 to 8,000,000 lei lei.
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Art. 73 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 74 (1) the finding of violations under article 4. 72 is via report compiled by: a) police officers and enlisted, for the facts referred to. a), b), c), (d)),),),),),),) and m);
  

b) mayors and their representatives, for the facts referred to. d), (e)) and m);
  

c) President Office electoral district, for the facts referred to. f), k)), n) and o).
  

(2) In the case of offences referred to in articles. 72 lit. d), e, f)), g), h, k)))))) and a claim agent will set out in the Protocol and the applicable fine.
  

(3) the Offences referred to in the preceding paragraph they are applicable to the provisions of law No. 32/68 *), with the exception of art. 26. (4) the minutes of the offences mentioned in article 1. 72 lit. a), b), c)), and j) will submit to the Court in whose area the offence has been savirsita that the sanction will be applied, taking into account the provisions of law No. 61/1991.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — *) Law No. 32/68 has been abrogated by DECREE nr. 2 of 12 July 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 410 of 25 July 2001.


Article 75 (1) Prevent by any means the free exercise of the right to vote or to be elected shall be punished with imprisonment from 6 months to 5 years and prohibition of certain rights.
  

(2) If, through deed stipulated in paragraph 1. (1) it has caused an injury of limb or health care that needs to be healed more than 60 days or have produced any of the following consequences: loss of a sense or organ, the cessation of their officers, a permanent physical disability mental times, slutirea, abortion or entry of the person in distress, the punishment is imprisonment from 3 to 10 years.
  

(3) Attempt at offence stipulated in paragraph 1. (1) and (2) shall be punished.
  


Article 76 (1) Violation by any means of the secret vote of the members of the electoral voting or other persons shall be punished by imprisonment from 6 months to 3 years.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 77 (1) Promise, offering or giving of money or other benefits in order to determine the elector to vote or not to vote for a particular candidate or list of independent candidates, as well as the receipt thereof by the voter in the same goal, shall be punished with imprisonment from 6 months to 5 years.
  

(2) If the Act stipulated in paragraph 1. (1) was of an internal observer savirsita, the punishment is imprisonment from 2 to 7 years.
  

(3) the penalty provided in para. (1) a person who applies to vote without having the right to vote of voters voting times second time or multiple times the day of the election. The attempt is punishable.
  


Article 78 (1) the use of a voter card void or a voter card times newsletter, voting in a ballot box has an additional number of ballots than those to which it is entitled a voter or falsification of documents by any means from the bureaus are punishable with imprisonment from 2 to 7 years.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 79 (1) Attack by any means on the premises of the polling station, stealing the urn or electoral documents are punishable by imprisonment from 2 to 7 years, if the deed does not constitute an offence more serious.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 80 of the urn before Opening time for voting shall be punished with imprisonment from 1 to 5 years.


Article 80 ^ 1


(1) the introduction in the use of use and computer-program with apparent or hidden defects, which alter the registration results in the polling stations, with a total of errors or result in the allocation of mandates outside of this law, shall be punished with imprisonment from 2 to 7 years.
  

(2) the same punishment shall be punished as the introduction of data, information or procedures that lead to alterations in the national information system.
  

(3) the crime under paragraph 1 Attempt. (1) and (2) shall be punished.
  

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Art. 80 ^ 1 was introduced by law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003.


Article 81 for the crimes mentioned in article 1. 75-80, criminal action shall be put in motion.


Article 82 goods intended for, used or resulted from offences referred to in articles. 72 or from offences referred to in articles. 75-80 seize.


Chapter 12 transitional and final provisions Article 83 (1) expenditure for electoral operations shall support from the State budget.
  

(2) the seat of the Central Electoral Board and ensure the Government of district electoral offices, by the prefects and Presidents of the county councils and the Mayor of Bucharest, and election offices, and bureaus of the polling station, by the Mayor, along with constables.
  

(3) Any documents made in the exercise of electoral rights provided for in this Act are exempt from stamp duty.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 83 has been modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 84 (1) the Government of Romania shall ensure, for supporting the work of the bureaus, statisticians and auxiliary technical personnel.
  

(2) how does the polling, their members, statisticians and technical personnel, employed under a contract of employment, are considered the finest amenities.
  


Article 85 (1) Judging by the intimpinarilor instance, complaints or any other application provided for in this law shall be carried out according to the rules laid down by the law for presedintiala, Ordinance of the Prosecutor.
  

(2) definitive judgments, handed down against the courts according to the present law, there is no remedy.
  


Article 86 (1) time-limits on days provided for by this law shall be calculated from the day when they start to run, until the day when it is complete, even if they are not working days.
  

(2) for the entire period of elections, electoral offices and courts to ensure permanent activity necessary for the exercise of the electoral rights of citizens.
  


Article 87 (1) persons convicted by a final court judgment to loss of electoral rights does not participate in the vote and will not be considered in determining the total number of voters.
  

(2) For persons held under preventive arrest warrant or in execution of a custodial sanctions apply, in an appropriate manner the provisions of art. 59 relating to the ballot box.
  


Article 88 (1) check correct fruition, Constables by the mayors, the obligations under this law and, in this case the finding of fraud, referred the matter to law enforcement agencies.
  

(2) if the constables noticed that a voter in the electoral roll has not been entered or was not removed, according to the law, or as district electoral offices, bureaus and offices of the electoral times polling stations were not legally constituted, will formulate întâmpinări and appeals, which shall be settled in accordance with the provisions of this law.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 88 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 89 (1) through the identification, in the sense of this law, means that the identity card, ID card, ID on a provisional basis, a certificate that you instead of ID-card times, diplomatic passport, consular service, or, in the case of the military within the pupils in military schools, military service.
  

(2) simple Passport can be used for exercising the right to vote only by Romanian citizens are abroad or Romanian citizens domiciled abroad. Romanian citizens living in Romania who vote in foreign countries on the basis of simple passport will complete an affidavit that has not exercised or they will not exercise their right to vote in the same day on the basis of another identity document, as defined in paragraph 2. (1), or on the basis of voter card.
  

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Art. 89 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.


Article 90 Repealed.
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Art. 90 has been repealed by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 91 Repealed.
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Art. 91 was repealed by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.


Article 92 (1) For the 2000 elections the Interior Ministry will ensure the preparation and issuance of voter cards in the conditions of this law. To citizens with voting rights, holders of identity card, voter's cards will be issued with ID cards at the same time, in accordance with the law.
  

(2) until the completion of the issuance of identity cards, according to law, for citizens voting who don't have ID card, voter's card, respectively, after voting on the identity card of each voter applies a seal with the mention «date» and Voted.
  

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Art. 92 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 92 (1) ^ 1 distribution of voter cards for the 2000 election is made as follows: a) for persons residing in urban areas of voter cards can be picked up the day of the election including the counters of functional market parties;
  

b) for persons residing in rural voter cards can be picked up until 19 November 2000, including the counters of the functional market teams the person to whom it is arondata locality, and as of November 20, 2000, the day of the vote, including from the police stations in the village home of the voter.
  

(2) the voter's Cards uncollected from municipal police stations shall be returned to the parties of record of the person's functional market within 5 days from the date of conclusion of the voting.
  

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Art. 92 ^ 1 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.


Article 93 (1) of the Central Electoral Board may appoint as internal observers only people specifically authorized by a non-governmental organization that has the sole purpose of defending human rights, legally until the opening of the election campaign.
  

(2) persons appointed as domestic observers cannot be members of a political party or political parties. Accreditation is done for one polling station. Central Electoral Bureau may appoint to a precinct only an observer, on the basis of the written declaration to adhere to the conditions of accreditation. The Declaration on honour is given and constitutes a public act, with all the consequences provided for by law. The conditions of accreditation shall be recorded in the Act of accreditation; If there are multiple proxies for the same section, the accreditation is done by drawing lots.
  

(3) non-governmental organizations referred to in paragraph 1. (1) are applicable, in an appropriate manner the provisions of art. 45 para. (3) and article 3. 51 para. 5. (4) the minutes handed the Central Electoral Bureau, its records, as well as all documents and materials from the Central Electoral Bureau, resulting from the electoral process for election of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate shall be kept, in accordance with the provisions of the national archives Law No. 16/1996, in Archive Supreme Court of Justice, separate from the other documents of the Court.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 93 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) article. 93 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 140 of 14 September 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 467 of 26 September 2000.


Article 94 (1) ballot papers used or neîntrebuinţate, minutes and stamps needed for the purpose of voting, received by the courts from the district electoral offices or bureaus of the polling station, shall be kept in the archive, separately from other documents of the Court, for a period of 3 months from the date of publication of the election results in the Official Gazette of Romania.
  


(2) after expiry referred to in paragraph 1. (1) courts, with the support of the school prefects, will teach for melting, economic operators specialized voting ballots and other materials used in the process of voting.
  

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Art. 94 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 240 of 31 May 2000, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 212 of 21 November 2000 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 594 of 22 November 2000.

This law was adopted by the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate in session on 17 June 1992 commune, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (1) and art. 76 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
PRESIDENT of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES SENATE PRESIDENT academician ALEXANDRU DAN HEBERT MARTIAN Annex 1 the NUMBERING and NUMBER of seats for each electoral constituency ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Number Number number Location district of territorial electoral mandates mandates of lawmaker senator ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Election Constituency No. 1 6 2 Alba Election Constituency No. 2 Arad Electoral District No. 7 3 Arges 10 4 3 Election Constituency No. 4 Election Constituency Bacau 11 5 nr. 5 Bihar Election Constituency No. 9 4 6 Bistrita-Năsăud Election Constituency No. 5 2 Brisbane 7 3 7 Election Constituency No. 8 Brasov 9 4 Election Constituency No. 9-Kermanshah 6 2 Election Constituency No. Electoral District of Buzau 7 3 10 nr. 11 5 2 Caras-Severin Election Constituency No. 12 5 2 electoral Constituency of Calarasi, nr. 13 10 5 electoral Constituency of Cluj nr. 14 11 5 Constant Election Constituency No. 15 4 2 electoral Constituency Covasna nr. 16 8 3 Electoral District Dâmboviţa nr. Sudbury Electoral District 17 11 5 nr. Galati 9 4 18 Election Constituency No. 19 4 2 electoral Constituency Giurgiu No. Florida State road 20 6 2 District No. 21 5 2 electoral Constituency, Harghita No. 22 8 3 electoral Constituency Hunedoara No. 23 electoral Constituency Ialomiţa 4 2 No. Iasi 12 5 24 Election Constituency No. Ilfov District 25 4 2 election no. electoral Constituency 8 3 26 Maramures nr. 27 election Constituency Mehedinti 5 2 No. electoral Constituency 9 4 28 Mures nr. Electoral District of Neamt 29 8 4 nr. Olt 7 3 Election Constituency No. Prahova county electoral District 12 5 31, nr. Satu Mare 6 2 32 Election Constituency No. 4 2 33 electoral Constituency Salaj nr. 34 6 3 electoral Constituency Sibiu nr. Suceava 10 4 35 Election Constituency No. Electoral District Tabucol 7 3 36 No. 37 TAC-10 4 Election Constituency No. electoral Constituency 4 2 38 Tulcea nr. Vaslui 7 3 39 electoral Constituency No. electoral Constituency 6 3 40 Vâlcea nr. electoral Constituency 6 2 41 Vrancea No. 42 municipiul
                                        Bucureşti 29 13
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  TOTAL: 327 140
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Anexa nr. 1 was replaced by the annex to the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000.


Anexa 2

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| Romania | | |
| VOTER CARD | BALLOT | BALLOT | issued by *). | No. 1 | Nr. 2 |
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| signature and place | — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — | — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — | postmark *). | | |
| for *) | BALLOT | BALLOT | signature. | No.3 | No. 4 | domiciled in. .. | | |
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|---------------------------------| It counts with the first | INTRANSMISIBIL | After the 1992 election ballot | — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — | — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — |

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| BALLOT | BALLOT | BALLOT | SCRUT | N |
| No. 5 | No. 6 | No.9 | No. 10 | | | | |
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| BALLOT | BALLOT | SCRUT | N | BALLOT | No. 7 | No. 8 | No. 11 | No. 12 | | | | |
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| It counts with the first | It counts with the first | After the 1992 elections elections | After the 1992 elections elections |
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*) Primarul localităţii.
* Signature and a seal) the Mayor of the local Council.
The holder's name and surname).
Note: 1. the voter card are: 11 cm wide and 15 cm long, are letters corp 10 straight, and completing verzal book is done with black ink or blue; the face of the voter's card is printed on the back of the first.
2. Ballots, in case of partial elections, shall be deducted from the voter's cards, so from the voters residing in the localities situated in electoral districts where there were also organized elections.
3. While the number of elections, the Government will ensure that new voter cards, modificind, only in the year of the first round.
4. The issue of a duplicate Book, under the name "voter" typewrite "Duplicate number", trecindu the number of duplicate in order his release.


Annex 3 i. MODEL of the BALLOT PAPER for the ELECTION of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES of ROMANIA VOTE for D BULLETIN of CHOICE *) Electoral District No. .

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2) pass election sign; Enter the name of the party, political party or Alliance thereof, as well as electoral sign to keep away from the 3 letters. Election sign will be printed into a space graph of 2.5 cm x 2.5 cm.
  

3) pass the name last name candidates, in the order of the list of candidates submitted, as well as, if applicable, abridged by partisanship or political party party initials, then close the rectangles.
  

4) pass the "independent candidate"; for each independent candidate shall be printed in a separate rectangle where the final part of the report, in the order provided by law.
  

5) pass election sign.
  

6) pass the name of the candidate's first name.
  

7) name, surname and All the words that fall inside the patrulaterelor will print with 10 straight body verzal.
  

II. The MODEL of the BALLOT PAPER for the ELECTION of the SENATE was VOTING BULLETIN of ROMANIA for the ELECTION of the SENATE *) Election Constituency No. .

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2) pass election sign; Enter the name of the party, political party or Alliance thereof, as well as electoral sign to keep away from the 3 letters. Election sign will be printed into a space graph of 2.5 cm x 2.5 cm.
  

3) pass the name last name candidates, in the order of the list of candidates submitted, as well as, if applicable, abridged by partisanship or political party party initials, then close the rectangles.
  

4) pass the "independent candidate"; for each independent candidate shall be printed in a separate rectangle where the final part of the report, in the order provided by law.
  

5) pass election sign.
  

6) pass the name of the candidate's first name.
  

7) name, surname and All the words that fall inside the patrulaterelor will print with 10 straight body verzal.
  

III. MODEL VOTING Constituency POSTMARK Electoral DIVISION) the polling station No. — — — — — — — — *) pass the electoral district number.
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Anexa nr. 3 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 129 of 30 June 2000 was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 311 of 5 July 2000 by replacing the phrase "coalition politics" or "coalition" Alliance "with electoral politics."
— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Note: see ORDINANCE No. 84 of 30 august 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 544 as of September 1, 2001.
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Art. II of law No. 286 of 27 June 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 473 of 2 July 2003 States: "the provisions of this law shall apply with effect from 1 January 2004. ' — — — — — — —