Law No. 70 Of 26 November 1991 * Republished Law On Local Elections

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 70 din 26 noiembrie 1991 *** Republicată Legea privind alegerile locale

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Law No. 70 of 26 November 1991 (republished * *) (* updated *) the law on local elections (updated until September 15, 2003)-PARLIAMENT ISSUING — — — — — — — — — — — — *) original text was published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 79 of 18 April 1996. This is the updated form of S.C. "territorial Center of Electronic Computing" until September 15, 2003, with amendments and additions to law No.: 164 of 30 July 1998; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 28 from 12 April 2000; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 63 of 26 May 2000; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 2 of 4 January 2001; ORDINANCE No. 2 of 12 July 2001; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 72 of 17 May 2001; Law No. 170 of 10 April 2002; Law No. 43 of 21 January 2003.
*) Republished under art. II of law No. 25 of April 12, 1996, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 77 of 13 April 1996, giving chapters, articles and the corresponding numbering paragraphs.
Law No. 70 of 26 November 1991 was published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 239 of 28 November 1991.


Chapter 1 General provisions Article 1 (1) the local councils, county councils, municipalities and the General Bucharest City Council are elected by universal, equal, direct, secret and freely expressed suffrage. Mayors are elected by indirect suffrage by the local councils.
  

(2) the local councils and County constituencies are elected by voting based on poll expressed list.
  

(3) the town councils of communes and towns are elected by voting based on the electoral constituencies on the basis of the uninominal elections expressed.
  


Article 2 (1) Romanian citizens, regardless of nationality, race, language, religion, sex, political belief or profession, exercise, on an equal basis, the electoral rights.
  

(1 ^ 1) Exercising the right to vote is made on the basis of voter card, issued under the conditions laid down in law No. 68/1992 for the election of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, and identity document.
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Alin. (1 ^ 1), art. 2 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 3 (1) shall have the right to choose the Romanian citizens who have reached 18 years of age, including those who accomplish this age on election day.
  

(2) for the election of the local Council, the Mayor, the County Council and the General Council of Bucharest, every voter is entitled to a single vote.
  

(3) the right to vote shall be exercised only in the village, town, municipality or administrative-territorial subdivision of the municipality in which the voter is domiciled.
  

(4) voting Citizens, who have established residence in another administrative territorial unit with at least 3 months before the election, they will exercise their right to vote in the respective administrative-territorial unit.
  

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Alin. (4) article. 3 was amended by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.


Article 4 (1) shall have the right to be elected Councillors or mayors voting citizens who have turned up on election day, including at least 23 years of age, if they are not prohibited from associating in political parties, according to art. 37 para. (3) of the Constitution.
  

(2) Can run only persons residing in the territory of the administrative territorial unit to be chosen.
  

(3) in the sectors of Bucharest can run persons residing in Bucharest, regardless of sector.
  


Article 5 (1) may not choose: a) well as mentally alienated persons or put under the ban;
  

b) persons deprived of election rights during the term determined by the Court.
  

(2) cannot be elected: to) citizens belonging to the categories referred to in article 1. 37 para. (3) of the Constitution;
  

b) people who belong to the categories referred to. the b)) and paragraph 3. 1. Article 6 (1) candidates for local and county councils, and mayors are proposed by political parties or political alliances formed according to the law of political parties. Applications may be submitted and or by electoral alliances, under the present law.
  

(2) the electoral Alliances may be established between political parties or political alliances in the county or local level. Political parties or political alliances from electoral alliances can take part in the elections only Alliance lists. A political party may not belong to the same level, rather than from a single Alliance. Electoral alliances are recorded at the electoral Office of the electoral district in which they submit applications.
  

(3) a person may apply for a single local Council and for one primary function.
  

(4) a person may be a candidate for both the Advisor and the primary.
  

(5) the number of candidates on each list may be greater than the number of Councillors established according to the law on local public administration, with up to a quarter of the number of seats.
  

(6) Applications on several lists of candidates or on both lists and that the Independents are null and void.
  


Article 7 (1) the date of the election shall be fixed by decision of the Government, with at least 45 days prior to voting.
  

(2) elections to take place in a single day, which can be only on Sundays.
  

(2 ^ 1) Number of elections voter's card shall be established and shall be brought to the attention of the public by the Government, together with the date of the election.

(3) in the case of partial elections organized under the law on local public administration, the campaign trail is reduced to half. Properly be reduced and the deadlines laid down in this law, except for 24 hours. If operations of halving deadlines resulting fractions of days, rounding is done in addition.
  

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Alin. (2 ^ 1), art. 7 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 2 the Organization of elections for local councils, county councils and mayors for section 1 electoral districts Article 8 (1) for the election of local councils and mayors, every township, city, municipality and administrative-territorial subdivision of the municipality constitutes one constituency.
  

(2) for the election of County Councils, each constituting a County constituency. The numbering of circumscriptiilor County election shall be by decision of the Government.
  


Article 9 the numbering of each electoral district circumscriptiilor, the municipality of Bucharest and Bucharest municipality is made by prefects within 3 days after the date of the election. Prefects (governors) are obliged to notify the service of County population numbering circumscriptiilor election within 5 days after the date of the election.
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Art. 9 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 10 the number of each electoral constituencies is brought to the attention of voters by the Mayor, within 10 days after the date of the election.


Section 2 of the polling stations in article 11 (1) shall be held in polling stations, as follows: a) in localities with population of over 2,000 people, one 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 500 inhabitants, situated at a distance greater than 3 km from the village of the commune of residence.
  

(3) within the military can vote at home, within the limits of the military regulations. For soldiers within will organize and polling stations in addition to military units, if they have at least 50 voters. Soldiers within the military units may vote regardless of the time of incorporation.
  

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Alin. (2) and (3) of art. 11 have been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 12 At the same polling station, voters vote for both City Council, County Council and the Mayor.


Article 13 (1) (1) the demarcation and numbering of the polling station shall be made under the conditions provided for by law No. 68/1992.
  

(2) the mayor shall notify the demarcation and voter precinct numbering within 20 days after the date of the election.
  

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Art. 13 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Section 3 of the electoral lists in article 14 (1) electoral Lists include all voting citizens residing in the electoral district in which an election is held.
  

(2) all citizens have the right to verify the entries in the voter lists. Intampinarile against omissions, mistakes or any errors made in the lists are submitted to the Mayor. It shall forward them without delay to the authorities have drawn up lists.
  

(3) the authorities have drawn up electoral lists shall be obliged to rule no later than three days from registration of the application.
  

(4) against the data can make the solution opposition within 24 hours of receipt. The appeal shall decide not later than 3 days after registration, by the District Court in whose territory is situated the polling station. The judgment is final, enforceable and shall be communicated to interested parties within 24 hours of delivery.
  


(5) children's town councils shall carry out electoral lists comprising voters in each polling station, which they will submit two copies the bureaus of polling station 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.
  

(6) any change occurred after sending the children off the electoral lists shall be communicated to the electoral precinct within 24 hours.
  

(7) the voter shall be signed by the representative of the Ministry of the Interior and the head of the faction of the population, and by the Mayor.
  

(8) the military within a voting right will be enrolled in special lists drawn up by the electoral voting from home or in special lists drawn up on military units and their commanders, signed, in the case of those who vote in polling stations organized around military units. Soldiers in the past period should not be copies of the electoral lists of the localities where they have their place of residence, issued by mayors.
  

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Alin. (8) article. 14 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) to (5) and (7) of article 22. 14 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 15 copies of voter's permanent to be completed separately for each polling station. They will involve all citizens with the right to vote, who are domiciled in the electoral district in which an election is held and which, according to the delimitation carried out in accordance with article 4. 13, will exercise its right to vote in that Department. These children will include: first and last name, social security number, place of residence, the number of electoral district, polling division number, and a section set aside for the voter's signature.
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Art. 15 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 16 (1) Municipalities will ensure the conditions necessary for consultation by the voters on the electoral lists at both town halls and the headstrong. To that end, 10 days before the election, voters will show up in a public place, clearly visible, and will provide the necessary staff at polling stations. Display places will be brought to the attention of the population by the Mayor, who will take the necessary steps, in conjunction with the organs of public order, to ensure the integrity of the lists displayed.
  

(2) Any inconsistency between the copy and the permanent electoral list will be resolved by the head of the faction of the population on the basis of the particulars contained in the electoral roll. The provisions of article 14. (2) shall apply accordingly.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 16 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 17 (1) at the request of citizens with voting rights, have established at least 3 months before the poll resides in the electoral district in which elections have taken place, they will be swept away by the head of the faction of the population in a supplementary election list, based on the identity document.
  

(2) the head of the faction of the population, which is arondata place of residence, would require deletion of the person from the electoral list from his residence. The request shall be made in writing or by telephone. Telephone solicitations in the form of notes will be entered in a special register.
  

(3) on the day of voting, the people in the category of those referred to in paragraph 1. (1) supplementary list omitted shall be entered in the list of the President of the electoral voting, based on the identity document.
  

(4) The additional list will be passed, by the President of the electoral voting, people who present themselves to vote and prove that reside in that electoral district, but were omitted from the list.
  

(5) the electoral list model and additional content shall be determined pursuant to article. 104. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Art. 17 was amended by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) and (2) of article 3. 17 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 18 A voter may be entered in only one electoral list.


Article 19 (1) in case of change of residence to another constituency, after the submission of the list of the polling Division Office, the Mayor will issue a certificate concerning the voter exercising the right to vote, making mention of it both in the electoral list located at City Hall, and those submitted to the electoral vote of the Department.
  

(2) on election day, at the new home, a voter will be entered in a separate electoral list for the electoral vote, on the basis of permits referred to in paragraph 1. (1) of the Act and supporting of change of domicile.
  


Article 20 the Chief faction of the population will communicate electoral constituency number of voters from the electoral result, within 24 hours following its establishment. The number of voters will be communicated to the electoral constituency with 10 days before the date of the election.
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Art. 20 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Section 4 bureaus Article 21 (1) for the Organization and conduct of electoral operations, shall be established under this law: the Central Electoral Bureau; County election offices; district electoral offices and bureaus of the polling station.
  

(2) the electoral Offices are made up solely of citizens with voting rights. Candidates cannot be members of the bureaus.
  

(3) in carrying out the duties assigned to the bureaus, all members of the composition of their exercising functions involving the exercise of State authority. correct and impartial to this function is mandatory.
  


Article 22 (1) the district electoral offices, communal consist of 7 members, those of towns, municipalities and territorial-administrative subdivisions of municipalities, of 9 members, and the municipality of Bucharest and the counties, from 15 members.
  

(2) the Bureau communal electoral district shall consist of the President and a Deputy, the rule of lawyers, and 5 representatives of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance participating in the election in that constituency.
  

(3) the Office of the electoral district, municipal and city from the territorial-administrative subdivisions of municipalities consists of 2 Jurists and representatives of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance participating in the election in that constituency.
  

(4) the Office of the electoral district of Bucharest and County election offices are made up of 4 lawyers and 11 representatives of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance participating in the elections in their respective electoral districts.
  

(5) the appointment of lawyers, one of whom will be, as a rule, the magistrate, is done in public, sitting within 5 days after the date of the election, the President of the County Court or of the municipality of Bucharest, by drawing lots, of magistrates or other existing lawyers in the county or in Bucharest. List of magistrates who will participate in the drawing of lots shall be drawn up by the President of the Tribunal, and that of other lawyers, by the prefect, together with the President of the Tribunal. The lists shall comprise a greater number of people with 10% than that required, these being the reserve available to the President of the Tribunal, to replace, in special cases, holders. Grouping in lists, in order to draw lots, will be made taking into account the need for housing of persons in the case to be in the locality in which the Office has its seat electoral district or closer to it. The list shall include the particulars mentioned in article 1. 25 para. (3) and (6) The list referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be passed only to lawyers who are not part of any political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy.
  

(7) where the number of lawyers is insufficient, the list will be completed by the prefect, the Mayor's proposal, with other people who enjoy prestige in front of residents, do not belong to any political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy and having at least secondary education.
  

(8) the date of the meeting in which it will conduct the draw shall be brought to the attention of the public by the press, by the President of the Tribunal, at least 48 hours in advance. The result of the prize draw shall be recorded in minutes signed by the Chairman.
  

(9) the minutes shall constitute the Act of investiture.
  

(10) the President of the Court shall designate the Chairman of the electoral constituency and on its Deputy.
  


(11) the Office of the electoral district, established according to the preceding paragraphs, all powers devolved under this law as li, to be filled with representatives of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance participating in the election in that constituency.
  

(12) within 3 days after the date by which it may propose candidates, local branches of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance will communicate in writing to the electoral district name and surname of the representatives who will be part of them. Messages transmitted after that period are no longer taken into account.
  

(13) the completion of electoral offices with representatives of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance is made within 24 hours after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (12) by the President of the Office, in the presence of the persons delegated by political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances that have sent representatives, in descending order of number of candidates proposed for the City Council and Mayor. A political party, an Alliance or electoral alliances cannot have more than two representatives.
  

(14) persons who have the status of representatives of a political party, a political alliance or electoral alliances in the electoral district shall be established in the order mentioned in the communication referred to in paragraph 1. (12) and (15) where two or more political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances have proposed the same number of candidates, their representatives are part of the electoral district, within the limit of seats not occupied by representatives of political parties, political and electoral alliance relationships, which, according to paragraph 1. (13) 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 the presence of delegates of political parties or alliances '.
  

(16) where political parties, political alliances and electoral alliances, the President nominates the representatives of electoral constituency office will proceed to completion, including the prospectus, by drawing lots, people who do not belong to any political party, electoral alliance or Alliance politics from a list proposed by the Mayor. The list will be submitted by the Mayor within 24 hours at the request of the President of the electoral constituency.
  


Article 23 district electoral Offices have the following powers: (a) provisions laid down by law) about the election in the electoral district in which they operate;
  

b the preparation), the electoral lists and in the Organization of the polling station;
  

c) record lists of independent candidates and candidates for local councils, as well as candidates for mayor and ascertain whether they become definitive;
  

d) make the necessary publications and impressions concerning the lists of candidates and independent candidates for councilors and Mayor;
  

(e)) shall, on the basis of the number of voters enrolled in the electoral lists, according to the provisions of article 3. 20, the number of supporters necessary for applications;
  

f) distribute electoral precinct ballots, and single stamps stamp "voted";
  

g) resolve their own intampinarile relating to the activity and appeals with respect to the operations of the electoral precinct;
  

h) communal constituency electoral office, city and municipal total votes cast and sets elections for electoral districts in which they operate; the elected councilors and mayors issued certificate as proof of election; total votes cast for District Councillors, shall draw up the minutes and forward it to the Bureau of the county electoral district, together with related complaints;
  

I) constituency electoral district total votes cast for the County Council and the outcome of elections for the County Council; issued certificate as proof of election advisers, after the County Council transmitting the minutes regarding the outcome of elections for Councillors, for the purpose of validation of their choice;
  

j) organise, where appropriate, the carrying out of the second round of elections;
  

k) communicates data with regard to the elections and their outcome, through the county electoral Bureau, the Central Electoral Board and the Government and bring to the attention of the population from the electoral district, by any means, the result of the election;
  

l) get to the polling precinct and teach the people, i.e. the Court of Bucharest, in whose territorial RADIUS work, and ballots used by acclamation, and the cancelled single stamps and other materials necessary for voting.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — b) of art. 23 was amended by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.
The letter s) art. 23 EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 24 of the electoral constituency of Bucharest organizes and choosing the General Bucharest City Council, meeting in an appropriate manner, tasks provided for in this law for the Office of county electoral district.


Article 25 (1) polling precinct are made up of a Chairperson, a Deputy and 7-9 members.
  

(2) the President and the Deputy or are, as a rule, lawyers who do not belong to any political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy, appointed by the President of the County Court or of the municipality of Bucharest, by drawing lots, among those enrolled on a list drawn up by the prefects or mayors.
  

(3) where the number of lawyers is insufficient, the list will be supplemented by others, proposed by the Mayor, who have at least secondary education, enjoying high prestige in the locality in which reside and do not belong to any political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy. The list will include a number of people with 10% larger than the one required, these being the reserve available to the President of the Tribunal, to replace, in special cases, established pursuant to paragraph 1 to the holders. (2); the list will contain: name, surname, place of residence, work, cell phones and making known to the signatures of the persons proposed. Provisions of art. 22 paragraph 1. (5) on the grouping in lists, shall apply accordingly.
  

(4) the designation of the President and the loctiitorului thereof, and the completion of the electoral precinct of other members shall be made not later than 15 days before the date of the election.
  

(5) polling precinct shall be completed with one representative of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance participating in the election, in descending order of number of candidates proposed.
  

(6) for the purposes of the designation of the members of the electoral board, the President of district electoral office will communicate the Presidents of electoral polling station within 48 hours of their designation, pursuant to paragraph 1. (2) the number of candidates proposed by each party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy. Also, political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances that have submitted lists of candidates or candidates for the post of Mayor in that constituency shall be obliged to communicate, each local subsidiary, through the President of the electoral division, in the same period, the name of their representative.
  

(7) the provisions of art. 22 paragraph 1. (14), (15) and (16) apply properly, the drawing of lots after the election of the President of the Office of the Division of elections.
  

(8) 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. (6) or, as appropriate, to the provisions of paragraph 1. 7. (9) appointment of members of the electoral board shall be recorded in minutes which shall constitute proof of membership in the electoral vote.
  

(10) the appointment of members of the electoral vote and the conclusion of the minutes shall be made within 24 hours after the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. (6) in the presence of delegates appointed by political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances.
  

(11) the polling precinct shall be formed on the designation of their members.
  


Article 26 bureaus polling station shall have the following powers: a to receive) mayors, electoral lists, and the formation of the electoral population, and ensure the necessary conditions in order to check them by voters; receive from the offices of the electoral ballots for voters to vote at the respective section, and single stamps stamp with the words «Vote»;
  

b) lead the voting operations, take all measures to order on the premises of the polling station and around it;
  


c) counts the votes and recorded the result of voting for electoral districts for which they had voted at that section, namely, for the City Council, for mayor and for County Council;
  

d) solve their own intampinarile relating to the activity;
  

e) electoral district shall submit to the Bureau the minutes containing the result of the voting, along with the complaints lodged;
  

f) teach with minutes, electoral constituency ballots used and uncontested, and the cancelled single stamps and other materials necessary for voting.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — —-a) of article 1. 26 amended by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998, as amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 27 electoral District Offices fulfil properly the tasks referred to in article 1. 23, and the following tasks: (a) provisions laid down by law) concerning the elections in all electoral districts within the County;
  

b) ensure to the attention of the County bureaus of the Central Electoral Board and track how their application;
  

c) conduct training for Presidents of district electoral offices and bureaus of the polling stations within the County;
  

d) get from district electoral offices the minutes containing the result of the election, the County's results, focus on political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and independent candidates and give them publicity. The result of the processing of data in the County shall be recorded in the minutes, which shall be transmitted to the Central Electoral Board, according to the provisions of this law.
  


Article 28 (1) in counties in which the partial local elections shall be held in at least two constituencies shall constitute a county election office composed of 3 judges, in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 21. 29, which applies accordingly.
  

(2) the county electoral Offices, established pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) adequately fulfil the tasks provided for in this law, the Central Electoral Bureau.
  

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) and (2) shall apply accordingly to Bucharest.
  

(4) in counties in which the partial elections shall be held in one constituency each complaint and resolution of complaints. 30 paragraph 2. (1) (a). f) and (g)) is the competence of the Court in whose territorial RADIUS is an important constituency, and so to rule no later than 3 days after registration of the appeals and complaints. The judgment is final and irrevocable.
  

(5) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (4) the powers laid down in article 21. 30 paragraph 2. (2) and in article 8. 106 will be met by the Office of the electoral district.
  

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Alin. (3) art. 28 was introduced by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) of article 1. 28 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 72 of 17 May 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 265 of 23 May 2001.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) and (5) of article 2. 28 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 72 of 17 May 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 265 of 23 May 2001.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) article. 28 was amended by law No. 170 of 10 April 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 256 of 16 April 2002.


Article 29 (1) the Central Electoral Bureau is made up of seven judges of the Supreme Court of Justice.
  

(2) the designation of the seven judges sitting in public is made within 5 days after the date of the election, by drawing lots, by the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, the judges of the Court. The result of the prize 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 hearing shall be public knowledge through the press, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, at least 24 hours in advance.
  

(3) within 24 hours after the swearing-in, the seven justices elected from among them, by secret ballot, the Chairman of the Central Electoral Bureau.
  


Article 30 (1) the Central Electoral Board has the following powers: (a) the updating) the Central Electoral Board and the establishment of the children's mayors;
  

b) ensure that examines and correct application of the legal provisions concerning the elections throughout the country; ensure uniform interpretation of legal provisions;
  

c) intampinarile relating to solve his own activity and appeals regarding the order of formation, and the work of the County bureaus;
  

d) receives and resolves any opposition with regard to the Organization and holding of local elections other than those who, by this law, are within the competence of district electoral offices, electoral district or courts;
  

e) receives the minutes drawn up by the County election offices, together with the minutes containing the result of the election, prepared by the district electoral offices, accounting for results, the country's political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and independent candidates, separately for local councils, county councils and mayors, and publish them in the Official Gazette of Romania and in the press;
  

f) solves regarding electoral fraud, making ordering elections from a constituency, where the election result and determining voting took place through fraud to alter the nature of the assignment of seats in that constituency; in such cases, repeat the election has no more than two weeks. New elections are held under the same conditions, using the same electoral lists and lists of independent candidates and candidates, with the exception of cases in which it was ordered by the Office a list of candidates or independent candidates in the task which it was retained in committing fraud which has led to the cancellation of the elections;
  

g) appeals concerning violation of solves the provisions of art. 56 para. (1), (8), (9) and (10) relating to subsidizing political parties, Alliance of political, electoral alliance or independent candidates, with the cancellation of votes and mandates awarded to those who are responsible for this deed. In such cases, the Central Electoral Bureau on election result, restoration has, pursuant to article. 77 of this law;
  

h any other duties) meets that are established by law.
  

(2) the Central Electoral Bureau on a proposal from the President, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, foreign observers and foreign media delegation and resolves appeals regarding accreditation or refusal of accreditation of the county electoral Bureau.
  

(3) an application for annulment of elections from a constituency can only be made by political parties, political alliances, electoral 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 reasoned and supported by the evidence on which it is based. The request shall be admissible only if the notified is not involved in the production of fraud. Settlement 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) in exercising the powers of the Central Electoral Board, issuing decisions are brought to the knowledge of the public by any means of advertising. The Central Electoral Board's decisions are binding on all bureaus in the country, as well as all bodies involved in electoral matters, from the date of the notice of the public meeting.
  

(5) decisions of the Central Electoral Bureau by which the interpretation of some provisions of this law shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania.
  


Article 31 the Central Electoral Bureau outgoing after publication in the Official Gazette of the local and county elections in compliance with the present law.


Article 32 (1) in relation to the ways of formation and the bureaus can be made within 48 hours of the establishment or, where appropriate, by completing them.
  

(2) Appeals shall decide by electoral district, if they concern the electoral vote; of the county electoral Bureau, whether relating to the Office of the electoral district; by the Central Electoral Bureau, whether relating to county electoral board, and the Supreme Court of Justice, whether relating to the Central Electoral Bureau, within two days of posting.
  

(3) the decision shall be final.
  


Article 33 (1) polling works in the presence of the majority of users who compose them.
  

(2) Decisions shall be taken by electoral majority vote of those present.
  


Article 34 Representatives of political parties, political relationships and alliances ' electoral bureaus can receive other tasks in addition to those provided for in this law.


Article 35 cannot be members of district electoral offices and bureaus of the polling station for election candidates, spouses and family members and relatives up to the second degree, as well as people who did not exercise rights.


Section 5

Applications Article 36 councilors for local councils is provided by the law on local public administration.


Article 37 proposed candidates for local councillors, District Councillors and mayors are made on electoral districts and shall be lodged with the district electoral offices no later than 30 days before the date of the election.


Article 38 (1) Proposals of candidates shall be made in writing, in 4 copies, by political parties, political or electoral alliances alliances participating in elections, under the signature of County organizations of their leadership, and in the case of independent candidates, based on the list of supporters.
  

(2) in the case of electoral alliances ' between political parties, lists of proposed candidates shall be signed and managements of each county party in the Alliance.
  

(3) the lists of candidates must include the name, surname, place and date of birth, occupation, occupation and political affiliation of candidates, and in the case of relationships, and the party that proposed.
  

(4) the lists of candidates shall be accompanied by declarations of acceptance of the candidature, signed and dated by the candidates.
  

(5) the Declaration of candidature acceptance will include first and last name, political party or Alliance which it aims, profession, occupation and political affiliation of the candidate, his/her express consent to run for the Office, as well as understanding that meets the conditions provided for by law in order to run.
  


Article 39 a person cannot accept candidacy than for a single constituency.


Article 40 political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances will be able to propose a list of candidates in each constituency for the City Council, County Council and a candidate for mayor.


Article 41 (1) independent candidates for the position of Councillor must be supported by at least 1% of the total number of voters enrolled in the list, divided by the number of advisors which can be chosen in the town, city or County, but no less than 50.
  

(2) for the Office of Mayor, independent candidates must submit a list of supporters, which will include a minimum of 1% of the total number of voters registered in the constituency for which the lists for candidates, but no less than 150.
  

(3) neither the lists of independent candidates for the position of Councillor.
  


Article 42 (1) the list of Endorsers must contain the date of the election, the candidate's first and last name, the function for campaigning, name and surname of the breadwinner, date of birth, address, the name and number of the identity document, as well as its signature. The list shall also mention the name and surname of the person who drew it. The person who compiled the list is required to submit an affidavit attesting to the veracity of semnaturilor supporters.
  

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

(3) the proponents may be only citizens with voting rights. A supporter can support a single candidate for the position of Councillor or mayor.
  

(4) the Accessions are supporters on their own responsibility.
  

(5) the list of supporters will be accompanied by the statement of candidacy, acceptance date pursuant to article. 38 para. (4) and (5).
  


Article 43 (1) electoral District Office shall examine whether the conditions laid down by law for a person to be able to run, that the conditions of substance and form of the lists of candidates, as well as the list of supporters, registering candidates who meet these conditions or rejecting the registration of those who do not meet the legal conditions.
  

(2) two copies of the proposal application is kept at the Office of the electoral district, while the other two, certified electoral constituency through its President's signature and stamp, returned to depunatorului; one of the copies returned by depunatorului is recorded it at the District Court in whose territorial RADIUS is an important constituency, the Court in whose territorial RADIUS is an important constituency.
  

(3) within 24 hours of registering each candidates, one of the copies of the proposed bid is displayed by the Office of the electoral district on the premises or at the place.
  


Article 44 Candidates may waive his candidacy until final candidates remaining, under art. 46 para. (1). to this end, the person concerned will give a statement, according to art. 38 para. (4) and (5).


Article 45 (1) the acceptance of the electoral constituency of a candidate may be challenged by citizens, political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances, within 5 days from showing the proposed candidacy or upon expiry of the filing of candidacy.
  

(2) rejection of the electoral constituency of a candidate may be challenged by a candidate, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances who proposed his candidacy that, within three days of the rejection.
  

(3) Appeals shall contain the name and surname, address and occupation contestatorului, name and surname of the person whose candidature has been admitted or rejected, the grounds for appeal, the date and signature of contestatorului and indication, if any, of the person designated to represent him.
  

(4) the appeal request and Appeal shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the Court, on pain of nullity.
  

(5) Appeals concerning the admission or rejection of candidatures shall be settled within 48 hours after registration, by the Court of Justice, Court of first instance respectively, in whose territorial RADIUS is an important constituency. Judgment shall not be communicated.
  

(6) the judgment given in the notice of opposition can appeal within 24 hours of delivery, to the superior court. The appeal shall decide within 24 hours of registration.
  

(7) judgment in the appeal is final and irrevocable.
  


Article 46 After expiry of the period for submission of applications, plus, where appropriate, the time-limits laid down in article 21. 45 para. (1), (2), (5) and (6), district electoral offices conclude a Protocol by which to ascertain whether the final applications, displays at their headquarters as well as at the premises of the polling station, after the establishment of their bureaus, final submissions, with an indication of the name and surname, place of residence, political affiliation, profession and occupation of the candidate. Final submissions can be made public through the press and through any means of mass-media, the costs being borne by those interested.


Section 6-voting ballots Article 47 Models of ballot papers shall be drawn up by the Government and are different for local councils and for mayor.


Article 48 (1) ballot papers shall consist of one or more tabs. On the inner pages of the ballot design will print a sufficient number of quadrilaterals in order to encompass all the lists of candidates or independent candidates, so the last video to remain white for stamping.
  

(2) will indicate the print parallel to each other, the second column on the same page.
  

(3) The angle of the left side of the top of the patrulaterului will print the name of the political party, political alliance or electoral alliance which participate in the elections or, as the case may be, "independent candidate", and the angle from the right side up, mark.
  

(4) In each ICES voting Bulletin will print the lists of candidates in the order of drawing of lots carried out by the President of the Office of the electoral district; identify candidates on the list by first and last name and pass in the established political party, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance and who submitted the list.
  

(5) for each independent candidate shall print a quadrangle in the final part of the ballot paper, as they will be listed in the order of registration of proposals.
  

(6) to elect the Mayor will print the ballot design indicate the name and surname of the candidate in the order established by the drawing of lots in the presence of representatives of electoral parties.
  

(7) the dimensions of the ballot paper shall be determined by the Office of the electoral district, having regard to the number of patrulaterelor, as well as the space needed to print the name of the candidates and the other data referred to in paragraph 1. (3) and (4).
  

(8) the ballot paper will be white and thick enough to distinguish the reverse printed name and vote.
  

(9) through the full list of candidates means the list which includes a number of candidates at least equal to the number of mandates established by law in the respective constituency.
  

(10) in order to establish the number of orders from ballots which contain lists of candidates and/or independent candidates for District Councillors, President of the county electoral district office as follows: (a) in the first step) performs the draw between all parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances that have filed complete lists with candidates for District Councillors;
  


b) in stage two carried out the draw between all other political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances that have submitted lists of candidates for District Councillors.
  

(11) in order to establish the number of orders from ballots which include candidates for mayor, and on the ballot papers containing the list of candidates and/or independent candidates for local councillors, President of the Bureau communal electoral district, city or town shall proceed as follows: to carry out the first stage) in the drawing only between those parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances that have applied for primary and comprehensive lists candidates for local councillors;
  

b) serial numbers designated under subparagraph (a). are the same for the) each of the two categories of ballots;
  

c) in stage two, in addition to the numbers of orders on the ballot that includes candidates for mayor are carried out the draw between other parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances that have filed candidacy for mayor;
  

d) in stage two, in addition to the serial numbers on the ballot that contains a list of candidates and/or independent candidates for local Councillors is performed the draw between other parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances that have submitted lists of candidates for City Council respectively.
  

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Alin. (9), (10) and (11) of article 23. 48 were introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 49 (1) political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances can determine election's signs to the Central Electoral Bureau, within 5 days of its establishment.
  

(2) political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances that have participated in previous elections may keep the signs, given the obligation to communicate to the Central Electoral Board, pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) and (3) the election Signs cannot be contrary to the rule of law and morality.
  

(4) in all electoral districts, political parties, political alliances and electoral alliances formed at the national level or the County will use the same sign.
  

(5) in the case of new election signs if the same sign is requested by several political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances times the award will be made for the benefit of a political party, electoral Alliance Alliance political times that recorded the first that sign.
  

(6) the Central Electoral Bureau shall notify the voter signs prefectures up to date remaining the final nominations in order to print on their ballots.
  


Article 50 (1) Printing ballots ensure that district electoral offices by school prefects.
  

(2) for the entire constituency, the ballot papers will be printed in the same size, the same characters and the same ink, into an equal number of voters enrolled in the list, with an extra 10%.
  

(3) ballot papers shall be printed at the latest 10 days before the election.
  


Article 51 (1) ballots shall be distributed in the electoral districts by the prefects and are retrieved by the Mayor, together with the President of the electoral constituency-based protocol. The ballot papers shall be submitted to the Presidents of the bureaus of the polling station, on a report, later in preziua elections.
  

(2) the distribution and delivery of ballot papers in sealed packages of 100 pieces each.
  


Article 52 at the Town Hall, the seat of the electoral district, as well as those of the polling station will be displayed within 3 days after the expiry of the print newsletter, one vote in each category, after being endorsed by the President of the Office of the electoral district.


Article 53 shall at the request of political parties, electoral alliances ' political alliance or independent candidates who participate in the elections, district electoral office will release, for each, a bulletin from each category, approved and cancelled.


Section 7-the election campaign Article 54 electoral campaign begins on the date the notice of the public election date and ending two days before election day.


Article 55 (1) during the campaign, candidates, political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances, as well as citizens have the right to express their views freely and without discrimination, through rallies, gatherings, using television, radio, the press and other mass media.
  

(2) the election shall provide non-discriminatory access to spaces candidates meet with voters in town halls, schools, auditoriums, houses of culture, cinema and cultural-based insight with respect to maintenance expenses.
  

(3) candidates shall determine in agreement with the commanders of military units, in relation to their schedule, meeting with soldiers. These meetings will take place in out military units.
  

(4) the means used in the electoral campaign may not contravene the rule of law.
  

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


Article 56 Repealed.
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Art. 56 was repealed by law No. 43 of 21 January 2003 published in Official Gazette No. 54 of 30 January 2003.


Article 57 (1) access for political parties, parliamentary and electoral alliance relationships, as well as independent candidates to the public service radio and television, including those of their territorial Studios, it's free. Non-parliamentary political parties, alliances and electoral alliances have access, free of charge, to public services and territorial broadcasting television, only to the extent that they submit lists of candidates in at least 50 percent of electoral districts of a county which are within range of the respective territorial Studios. Antenna time granted in these situations will be proportional to the number of complete lists of candidates in their respective territories. The services of the national public radio and television have access non-parliamentary political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances who submit complete lists of candidates in at least 50 percent of the electoral districts of 15 counties.
  

(2) Organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities have access to public services and territorial and national radio and television, if you participate in the elections with lists of candidates in electoral districts from counties in proportion to their share in the total population of the County, respectively.
  

(3) access of political parties, political relationships, relationships, and the election of independent candidates and of organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities to the private broadcasting stations and television, including cable television, is done by contract concluded between financial agents and these posts. Each post will practice unique unit rates for airtime for all applicants, in terms of this article.
  

(4) political parties, political alliances and electoral alliances, as well as independent candidates and organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities have the obligation to request, within 5 days after the onset of the election campaign, the leadership of broadcasting and television, public and private, as appropriate, their territorial Studios, grant periods. Requests made after this deadline shall not be taken into account.
  

(5) the antenna times broadcasters and public and private television stations, including cable, shall be granted to political parties, political and electoral alliance relationships, in proportion to the number of full lists of candidates submitted in each on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, at times of maximum audience. Every independent candidate is entitled to for the dish, studios, not more than five minutes during the entire election campaign. Independent candidates from electoral districts from Bucharest and the counties of the district, which is not in range of a Studio, have access to national public radio services and tv at the same time, five minutes throughout the election campaign.
  

(6) Broadcasts transmitted within the time given to each political party broadcasting, each political alliances and electoral alliances, independent candidates and the organizations of citizens belonging to national minorities will be produced live or recorded, in proportions determined by them.
  

(7) compliance with the provisions of this law concerning the exercise of the right to dish competencies of the National Council of the audiovisual.
  

(8) In the context of election broadcasts who is prohibited from combining colours, graphics or sounds to evoke national symbols of Romania or of another State.
  

(9) opinion polls which must be promulgated in out electoral broadcasts are news releases and follows their regime.
  


Article 58


(1) Municipalities are obliged within 5 days from the start of the election campaign to establish through the provision of special places for election displays, taking into account the number of political parties, political and electoral Alliance Alliance saying they will submit lists of candidates, candidates for mayor, and independent candidates. These seats will be located in areas frequented by citizens without impairing circulation on public roads and other activities in their respective localities.
  

(2) the use of electoral seats display is allowed for political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances participating in elections and for independent candidates.
  

(3) it is prohibited to use by a political party, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance times independent candidate seat special election display, so to prevent their use by another political party, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance times independent candidate. On a Panel, each political party, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance times independent candidate may apply to a single election poster.
  

(4) in places other than those set out under paragraph 2. (1) the display shall be permitted only with electoral agreement (s) or, where appropriate, of the holders.
  

(5) 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, 400 mm and 250 mm one side the other side.
  

(6) it is prohibited to campaign posters that combine colors or other graphical signs, so evocative of the national symbols of Romania or of another State.
  

(7) the public order Organs are required to ensure the integrity of election posters and billboards.
  


Article 59 (1) District Electoral Offices will ensure that the correct conduct of the electoral campaign in the constituency in which they operate, solutionand complaints addressed to them with regard to the prevention of a political party, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance times independent candidate to carry on the campaign trail as stipulated by law and in compliance with the electoral ethics.
  

(2) where the Office considers electoral district, in connection with the resolution of the complaint, that it is necessary to take measures in the application of administrative or criminal sanctions, refer the matter to the competent authorities.
  

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

(4) the resolution of complaints and appeals shall be made within 3 days of their registration, and decisions are published in the press and is displayed, visibly, at the headquarters of electoral office which it has issued.
  


Chapter 3 elections Article 60 (1) Each polling station shall have a sufficient number of booths, polls and polling, which stamps ensure by the mayors.
  

(2) the ballot boxes to be stacked and Booths in the same room that the President's Office.
  

(3) 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 immediately take the necessary measures to ensure order and fairness of the voting operations.
  

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


Article 61 (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, after which shut down and sealed ballot boxes, by applying the stamp of the Department.
  

(2) the President shall ensure that the inspection stamp on the ballots.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 61 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 62 (1) the President of the electoral board is obliged to take the measures necessary to ensure that the elections to hire in good condition.
  

(2) the powers of, in this regard, stretching in and out of the headquarters, up to a distance of 500 metres.
  

(3) The operations of voting foreign observers may participate and national observers accredited for this purpose.
  

(4) can be accredited as national observers, representatives of non-governmental organizations that have the sole purpose of defending human rights and are legally established.
  

(5) the persons appointed to these organizations may not be members of any political party, political alliance or electoral alliances.
  

(6) the accreditation of national observers may be appealed to the Central Electoral Bureau.
  

(7) in addition to the members of the electoral voting, candidates, accredited persons according to the law, as well as media representatives of Romanian and foreign, no other person can not stay parked in public places in the area or on the premises of a polling station to vote more than the time required for a vote.
  

(8) in order to maintain law and order, the President of the electoral precinct will have at its disposal the necessary means of orders by the prefects.
  


Article 63 Voting takes place in one day. It begins on the hour 7.00 and ends 21.00 o'clock.
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Art. 63 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 64 (1) Voters vote only at the polling station where they were registered in the electoral roll.
  

(2) access to voters in the polling takes place in the appropriate series number 20. Each voter will present voter card and identity card of the electoral voting section which, after checking their registration on the electoral list will be trusted with the ballots and polling station stamp.
  

(3) Voters will vote separately in closed cabins, by applying the stamp "voted" in which contains the list of the candidates or candidate you're voting.
  

(4) the stamp "voted" must be round and so as to be sized smaller than the rectangles that apply.
  

(5) after having voted, voters will bend, such as bulletins video white that carries the stamp of inspection to remain apart, and will introduce them in the pot, taking care not to open.
  

(6) A wrong vote does not involve the nullity of the bulletin, if the secrecy of the vote is respected.
  

(7) where the bulletin opens from error, it is cancelled and will be giving voters, just once, a new report, the mention thereof in the minutes of the voting operations.
  

(8) the stamp of the entrusted to the President shall be refunded, after which it will be applied on the voter card in the appropriate place on the number of ballots, mentioning the date.
  

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

(10) pending the completion of the process of issuing identity cards, according to law, for citizens voting without identity cards, voter card, respectively, after voting on the identity card of each voter shall stamp with the words «date» and Voted.
  

(11) Repealed.
  

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Alin. (11) article. 64 was introduced by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2), (8) and (10) of article 1. 64 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (11) article. 64 was repealed by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 65 (1) Presidents, members of the bureaus of the polling station, as well as the staff responsible for maintaining law and order will vote at the polling station where they carry out their respective tasks, whether residing in the locality for which the vote in this section.
  

(2) within the military will vote for local councils and for mayor of the military unit or, where appropriate, for the City Council, the Council and the Mayor of the locality of judeten, depending on the place where the vote.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 65 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 66 Candidates and any voter shall be entitled to challenge the identity of the person who shall report to the vote. In this case, the identity will be determined by the President by any means. Where 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 67 (1) the President of the electoral precinct may suspend voting for good reasons.
  

(2) the suspension shall not exceed one hour and will be announced through the restaurant door display with at least an hour before. The duration of all suspensions may not exceed two hours.
  

(3) during the suspension, the voting boxes, single stamps, ballots and electoral work will remain under permanent guard, and members of the Bureau will not be able to leave the voting Hall at the same time.
  

(4) those who, pursuant to article 13. 62 para. (7) may be present at polling stations may not be compelled to leave the voting Hall during that time.
  


Article 68 (1) the presence of any person in the voting booths, in addition to that vote, is prohibited.
  


(2) a voter who, for special reasons, established by the President of the electoral vote, cannot vote alone entitled to call, in order to assist him in the voting booth, a companion of his choice.
  


Article 69 (1) For netransportabili voters because of illness or disability, on request or of the leadership bodies of health care institutions, social ocrotiri times the netransportabili lies hospitalized, Chairman of the electoral precinct shall designate, within the Office, a number of members who travel with a special ballot boxes and voting material required at the place where the voter, in order to carry out the voting.
  

(2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. (1) voting shall be done on the basis of a list drawn up on the basis of the nominal lists, signed by the President of the electoral vote.
  


Article 70 From 21.00 o'clock or in the situation referred to in article 1. 63 at 24.00, President of the electoral voting section declare the voting has been completed.


Chapter 4 setting and the finding of election results section 1 Establishment of the results of voting Article 71 (1) after the close of voting, the Chairman of the Department of electoral voting shall proceed to the cancellation of the remaining neintrebuintate ballots and at the opening of ballot boxes in the presence of members of the Bureau and, if necessary, persons who have the right to be present at the polling stations.
  

(2) the President will read aloud, at the opening of each bulletin, a list of candidates has been passed or, where appropriate, the name and surname of the candidate for the Mayor voted and will show the ballot of those present.
  

(3) are void ballots which bears the stamp of the voting section, ballot papers different model than the one legally approved, ballots that do not have "voted" stamp or the stamp is affixed to several quadrilaterals or apart thereof; These bulletins do not enter into the calculation of the votes validly cast.
  

(4) the result will be recorded in two separate tables, for City Council, County Council or mayor, one will be held by a member of the electoral board and the other by the candidates present. The municipality of Bucharest will be prepared and for Mayor general of Chisinau.
  

(5) In these tables will score the total number of new voters, the number of votes invalid, the lists of candidates and, where appropriate, the name and surname of the independent candidates and those for the Mayor, and the number of votes of each joint.
  


Article 72 (1) after the opening of ballot boxes and counting of votes, the Chairman of the Department of electoral voting ended for the Council for which elections were held, as well as mayors, a report drawn up in two copies.
  

(2) the minutes shall include: a) the total number of voters according to voter constituency, of which:-the total number of voters according to the electoral list of voters;
-the total number of voters according to list additional electoral voters;
-the total number of voters according to the list of special election voters;
-the total number of voters according to the separate electoral voters list;

b) the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral constituency, who presented themselves at the polls, showing separately:-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters, which permanently presented themselves at the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters separated that presented themselves at the polls.

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) number of valid votes obtained by each candidate for mayor;
  

g) exposure, short, intampinarilor, complaints and their resolution, and complaints lodged with the electoral constituency;
  

h) seals on State polls at the end of the voting;
  

I) the number of ballots supplied;
  

j) the number of ballots remaining, neintrebuintate and void.
  

(3) the minutes shall sign for the President and members of the electoral vote and will carry its stamp.
  

(4) lack of semnaturilor some members of the Bureau shall not influence the validity of the report. The President shall state the reasons which prevented the signing.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — the letters a) and b) of paragraph 1. (2) of article 9. 72 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 73 (1) during voting operations and to open the ballot boxes and întâmpinări can be made with respect to these appeals.
  

(2) Appeals shall be formulated in writing and shall be submitted to the Chairman of the electoral board, which will release proof of receipt.
  

(3) the President of the electoral voting will decide, without delay, of the complaints whose solution do not suffer from delay.
  


Article 74 For every local Council, the County Council, the Mayor, a file shall be drawn up which will include: the minutes and complaints concerning the operations of the Department, as well as ballots void and the challenged. Folders, sealed and stamped, will submit to the district electoral office, by the Chairman of the electoral board, with a military guard, not later than 24 hours after the end of voting, and, upon request, accompanied by representatives of the political parties.


Section 2 of the finding of election results Article 75 (1) on receipt of reports the result of tabulation of votes from all bureaus of the polling station and after the resolution of complaints and intampinarilor, district electoral Bureau shall total the votes cast and a conferment of mandates, under the present law.
  

(2) to this end, the Office of the electoral district shall record the entire constituency, separately for each list of candidates or independent candidates, the number of votes obtained.
  

(3) in addition, which of course will be for each candidate to the Mayor's number of votes obtained.
  

(4) The work done by the Office of the electoral district may assist those persons who are entitled to stationing on the premises of a polling station during elections.
  


Article 76 the elections for councilors are valid regardless of the number of voters who participated in voting.
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Art. 76 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 77 (1) For the allocation of mandates of Councillor district electoral office will determine a coefficient: a), determined by dividing the total number of valid votes cast for all lists of independent candidates and the total number of Councillors from that constituency, established under the law;
  

b) a limit of 5% of the total number of valid votes cast in the constituency.
  

(2) considering votes difference between the number of unused valid votes cast in favour of each of the lists of candidates of political parties, political formations, political or electoral alliances ' alliances ' times for every independent candidate and the product of an electoral quotient and the number of seats allocated according to para. 4. (3) the electoral threshold is equal to: a) with the 5% limit, where the electoral quotient is higher than the 5% limit laid down in paragraph 1. (1) (a). b); or b) coefficient, if this is lower than the limit of 5%.
  

(4) the Office of the electoral district will allocate each political party and each party, electoral alliance or political alliances that made the election threshold, subject to a number of candidates on the list, a number of seats equal to the entire side of the result of the breakdown of the number of valid votes cast for each party, party politics, Alliance or electoral alliance and an electoral quotient; each independent candidate is assigned a mandate if the number of valid votes cast in his favor is at least equal to the electoral quotient.
  

(5) the electoral constituency will allocate each political party and each party, electoral alliance or political alliances that made the election threshold mandates remaining after the allocation referred to in paragraph 1. (4) according to the list that includes the descending order of the number of votes referred to in paragraph 1 has not been used (2) paying them a mandate; the operation is repeated in the order of the list, while the remaining retained mandates.
  

(6) in the event that no party, party politics, Alliance or electoral alliance times independent candidate doesn't realize the threshold shall be distributed to each one warrant, in descending order of the number of valid votes cast in favour of each one, while the mandates laid down by law.
  


(7) For the situations described in paragraphs 3 and 4. (4) and (5), where two or more parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances have same number of votes remaining unused before assigning the last remaining mandate assigned, it will be assigned to the party, the political alliance faction, political or electoral alliance which obtained prior to the redistribution of votes greatest number of valid votes cast; If they have the same number of votes validly cast, assigning the mandate will be made by drawing lots.
  

(8) the distribution of mandates allocated to each list of candidates filed by parties, political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances is made in the registration order of candidates on the list.
  

(9) candidates enrolled in lists that were not chosen, are declared alternates in those lists. In the case of mandating vacation counselors elected on the lists of candidates, will become alternates vacant places in the order in which they are enrolled in the lists, if the date of validation of their mandate to occupy a vacant place, political parties, political parties, electoral alliances and political alliances on the candidate lists which alternates that they confirm in writing are part of a political party policy formation, Alliance or electoral alliance. In the event of a mandate vacation Advisor elected as an independent or a Councillor belonging to a political party, political party or electoral Alliance Policy Alliance, which has no alternates on the electoral roll, place the vacancy will be filled by the first alternate on the list of the political party, political organization, political alliance or electoral alliance which obtained the largest number of valid votes cast.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — b) of paragraph 1. 1 of art. Amended 77 of law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.
Art. 77 was modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (9) article. 77 was modified by law nr. 170 of 10 April 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 256 of 16 April 2002.


Article 78 (1) for the Office of Mayor is the centralization of votes electoral constituency.
  

(2) In the event that presented themselves to the polls at least half plus one of the number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll from a constituency and one of the candidates has obtained the majority of votes validly cast, it is said.
  

(3) if all voters included in voter rolls from a constituency has been submitted to vote less than half plus one, or if it has been submitted to vote more than half plus one and no candidate obtained half plus one of the votes validly cast, which will be recorded in the minutes between the electoral constituency , will hold the second round of elections.
  

(4) an election in the second round of elections shall be held every two weeks from the date of the election, the election by participating only first 2 candidates in descending order of the number of valid votes cast in favour of each one. The second is candidates who have obtained an equal number of valid votes cast in favour of each one, they will participate in the second round ballot next to the candidate who has obtained the largest number of valid votes cast in his favour.
  

(5) an election in the second round of elections is considered valid regardless of the number of voters who participated in voting.
  

(6) In the second round of elections shall be declared primary candidate who has obtained the largest number of valid votes cast.
  

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Art. 78 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 79 in case of parity of votes of at least two candidates for the post of Mayor, shall declare the runoff and will organize, in law, a new election within two weeks. They will only attend the candidates in the run-off.


Article 80 (1) where one of the candidates for mayor, is to be made the second round of elections, according to the provisions of art. 78 para. (4) dies, opt out, or no longer fulfils the conditions provided by law, to be elected in the second round of elections will be attending the next ranked candidate.
  

(2) If the circumstances specified in paragraph 2. (1) in the case of one of the candidates in the run-off under art. 79, will no longer have elections, district electoral office declaring themselves it's other primary candidate.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 80 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 81 (1) electoral District Office concluded, separately, one minutes for City Council, County Council and Mayor, in respect of all electoral operations, centralizing, finding and assigning election result mandates. In Bucharest election offices drawn up separate reports and for mayor and for the General Bucharest City Council.
  

(2) the minutes shall include: a) the total number of voters according to voter constituency, of which:-the total number of voters according to the electoral list of voters;
-the total number of voters according to list additional electoral voters;
-the total number of voters according to the list of special election voters;
-the total number of voters according to the separate electoral voters list;

b) the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral constituency, who presented themselves at the polls, showing separately:-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters, which permanently presented themselves at the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters separated, which presented themselves to the polls;

c) the total number of votes validly cast;
  

d) total number of null votes;
  

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

f) total number of valid votes obtained by each candidate for mayor;
  

g) first and last name of elected candidates for each local Council and the County Council, political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy which she proposed, namely the words independent candidate;
  

h) first and last name of the mayor elected and political party, electoral alliance or Alliance policy which it proposed to or mention of an independent candidate;
  

I) brief intampinarilor exposure, appeals of decisions taken by the district electoral boards which are final.
  

(3) the minutes shall be drawn up in two copies and signed by the Chairman and other members of the Bureau of that electoral district and shall bear the stamp of him.
  

(4) a copy of the minutes for City Council, County Council and the General Council of Bucharest, along with intampinarile, appeals and reports received from the polling precinct, forming a sealed file, and signed by the members of the district electoral office, shall be submitted to the local Council, i.e. the County Council and General Council of Bucharest, with a view to validating the election. The primary format for the file according to this paragraph shall be submitted with a military guard, within 48 hours, the Court in whose territory is situated the electoral district for which he was elected, and in the case of the Mayor of the capital, Bucharest Tribunal.
  

(5) the second copy of the minutes shall be sent, within 24 hours, the county electoral Bureau.
  

(6) at the request of members of the electoral precinct who signed the minutes of the time of the parties ' representatives, political formations, political and electoral alliance relationships that have submitted lists of candidates as well as independent candidates shall be granted compulsorily, by the President or Vice-President of the electoral Bureau a certified copy of the record in question. The application must be made before drawing up the minutes.
  

(7) the Office of the electoral district election issuing proof of Councillors, District Councillors and the Mayor.
  

(8) to the Mayor of the capital and to the General Council of Bucharest, supporting election certificates shall be issued by the electoral Office of the municipality of Bucharest.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — the letters a) and b) of paragraph 1. (2) of article 9. 81 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (6) article. 81 has been amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 82


(1) the county electoral votes and the election outcome focus on County, political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and independent candidates and conclude a protocol for local councilors, district councilors and for mayors.
  

(2) the minutes shall be concluded in two copies within 24 hours of the receipt of all reports from district electoral offices, and will include: a) the total number of voters according to voter constituency, of which:-the total number of voters according to the electoral list of voters;
-the total number of voters according to list additional electoral voters;
-the total number of voters according to the list of special election voters;
-the total number of voters according to the separate electoral voters list;

b) the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral constituency, who presented themselves at the polls, showing separately:-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters, which permanently presented themselves at the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters who came to the polls;
-the total number of voters enrolled in the electoral roll of registered voters separated that presented themselves at the polls.

c) the total number of votes validly cast;
  

d) total number of null votes;
  

e) the total number of votes validly cast, obtained lists of candidates for the position of Councillor, grouped by political parties, electoral alliances or political alliances, as well as independent candidates;
  

f) total number of valid votes obtained by candidates for the post of Mayor, grouped by political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and on independent candidates;
  

g) total number of warrants of advisers, political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and on independent candidates;
  

h) total number of mandates for the Mayor, grouped by political parties, political alliances, electoral alliances and on independent candidates.
  

(3) the minutes shall be signed by the county electoral board members and will carry its stamp.
  

(4) a copy of the minutes shall be submitted within 24 hours after the drawing up, together with reports received from the offices of the electoral constituencies, with a military guard, the Central Electoral Bureau.
  

(5) the county electoral board give publicity, through the official journal of the County, the outcome of elections for the County in question.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — the letters a) and b) of paragraph 1. (2) of article 9. 82 were modified by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 83 the provisions of this law are applied properly and for choosing the General Bucharest City Council.


Article 84 (1) District Councillors or Bucharest, validate, may not participate at the same time from local councils; vacancies shall be filled according to art. 77 para. (9) in both elected Candidates. the position of Alderman, and in the Office of the county counsel are obliged within 10 days from the date of the last to opt for effectuates one of those two qualities.
  

(2) the provisions of this article shall also apply in the case of persons so chosen as councilor of the district, and in that of Adviser to the municipality of Bucharest.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 84 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Chapter 5 Offences and offences Constitute offences, Article 85 inasmuch as, under the law, the following acts are criminal offences: a) inclusion with good science to a voter in the electoral lists of home entry in the electoral lists of fictitious persons or which have the right to vote, the list of supporters signing violated art. 42, as well as violation of provisions relating to the display of election lists, the lists of candidates and independent candidates or election signs in use;
  

(b) failure by the), measures for normal electoral assemblies, as well as distributing and consuming of alcoholic beverages during these meetings;
  

c) destruction, deterioration, murdarirea, writing cover or in any way of the electoral roll, the program displayed platforms or any other propaganda posters times printed election ads;
  

d) display means of electoral propaganda in places other than those permitted under the provisions of this law;
  

e) acceptance by a person of its inclusion in several lists of candidates;
  

f neaducerea known to the public), by members of the district electoral offices, of the proposals of the candidates;
  

g) refusal to grant access on the premises of persons referred to in art. 62 para. (7);
  

h) refusal to comply to the provisions of the President's electoral polling regarding the ensurance of the voting and in surrounding areas, according to the provisions of article 3. 62 para. (2);
  

I have had the unjustified refusal to) deliver the ballot papers and voting voter stamp his name entered on the list, showing the voter card and identity card as well as the handing over of the ballot paper to a voter who does not submit such acts;
  

j) drawing up by the polling precinct has the protocols in violation of the provisions of article 3. 72;
  

k) leaving the premises of the polling station before setting the election result and the signing of the minutes of the election of the Bureau members of the polling station;
  

l) continuing electoral propaganda after the election according to the provisions of article 3. 54, as well as advising on the day of voting, voters, at the polling station or in the places provided for in art. 62 para. (2) to vote or not to vote for certain political parties, electoral alliances, alliances or political independents;
  

m) repealed;
  

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

an unjustified absence of the President), the loctiitorului or the members of the bureaus, established under the provisions of this law, of their business activity.
  

p) refusal of the Chairman or Deputy Chairman of the Office of the electoral district to issue a certified copy of the minutes referred to in art. 81 paragraphs 1 and 2. (6). — — — — — — — — — — — — — — the letter p) art. 85 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
The letter i) art. 85 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.
Letter m) of art. 85 was repealed by law No. 43 of 21 January 2003 published in Official Gazette No. 54 of 30 January 2003.


Article 86 Offences referred to in articles. 85 lit. c), d) and (g)) shall be imposed with a fine from 300,000 to 700,000 lei lei, those referred to. e), (f)), j), (k)),),),),) and p.), with fine from 2,000,000 to 700,000 lei lei, and those referred to. a), b), h) and (i)), with minor prison from month to six months or with fine from 2,000,000 to 8,000,000 lei lei.
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Art. 86 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.


Article 87 (1) the finding of violations under article 4. 85 is via report compiled by: a) police officers and subofiterii, for the facts referred to. a), b), c), (d)), f), g), (h)),),) and m);
  

b) town halls and their Trustees, for the facts referred to. d) and (f));
  

c) President Office electoral district, for the facts referred to. e), j), (k)) and n);
  

d) President, electoral board if its members, as well as the Chairman of the electoral board upwards, if Presidents bureaus hierarchically inferior and for their loctiitorii, for the facts referred to. a) and p).
  

(2) in the case of offences referred to in articles. 85 lit. c), d), (e)), f), (g)), j), (k)),),),),) and p.), together with the conclusion of the minutes will be applied to the claim agent and fine.
  

(3) the Offences referred to in articles. 85 applicable to them and the provisions of law No. 32/68 *) relating to the establishment and sanctioning violations.
  

(4) the minutes of the offences mentioned in article 1. 85 lit. a), b), h) and (i)) will be submitted to the Court in whose territory it was committed that offence, which penalty will be applied, taking into account the provisions of law No. 61/1991.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — — — d) of paragraph 1. 1 of art. 87 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) of article 9. 87 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 28 of April 12, 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 153 of 13 April 2000.
— — — — — — — — — — — — — *) Law No. 32/1968 was repealed by ORDINANCE No. 2 of 12 July 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 410 of 25 July 2001.


Article 88 (1) to 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 the prohibition of certain rights.
  


(2) where, by the Act referred to in paragraph 1. (1) it has caused harm to the health or bodily integrity, which requires, for healing, care for more than 60 days or have produced any of the following consequences: loss of a sense or organ, the cessation of their officials, a permanent physical disability mental sluţirea times, abortion or entry of the person in distress, the punishment is imprisonment from 3 to 10 years.
  

(3) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 89 (1) Violation by any means of the secret vote, by members of the electoral voting or by other persons, shall be punished with imprisonment from 6 months to 3 years.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 90 (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 receiving them by the voters for the same purpose, shall be punished with imprisonment from 6 months to 5 years.
  

(2) the punishment referred to in paragraph 1. (1) applies to the person who votes without being entitled to vote of voters who vote times several times on election day.
  

(3) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 91 (1) printing and the use of false papers, entry into the ballot box for several more ballots than voters, voted for by the falsification of documents by any means from the bureaus, and use a null or false electoral identification cards shall be punished with imprisonment from 2 to 7 years.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 91 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 92 (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 Act does not constitute a crime worse.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 93 (1) opening of the urn before the time fixed for voting shall be punished with imprisonment from 1 to 5 years.
  

(2) the attempt shall be punishable.
  


Article 94 penalties for offenses laid down Limits under the criminal code or in special criminal laws, except as otherwise provided in article 9. 88-93, committed in connection with the holding of elections, in accordance with Chapter III of this law, shall be increased by half the maximum.


Article 95 For all offences committed in connection with the election of mayors, councilors and the criminal proceedings shall be in motion on its own initiative.


Article 96 goods destined for or used for committing the offences referred to in articles. 85 or of offences referred to in articles. 88-93, or resulting from the Commission, shall forfeit.


Chapter 6 transitional and final Provisions Article 97 (1) Expenditures for the Organization and conduct of elections shall incur local and county budgets.
  

(2) the seat of the Central Electoral Board's expenditure and ensure the Government. Premises and equipment of the County bureaus and bureaus of the County ensure the constituency to the County of residence halls and municipalities, together with the Presidents of the county councils and having prefects (governors), and those of the bureaus of communal constituencies, city, municipal and administrative-territorial subdivision of municipalities, as well as those of the polling station, by the Mayor, along with the prefects (governors).
  

(3) members of the bureaus are granted an allowance set by the Government for each day of activity performed during the campaign.
  


Article 98 Acts issued in the exercise of the rights provided for in the electoral law shall be exempt from stamp duty.


Article 99 (1), county councils, Government and municipalities shall ensure, for supporting the work of the bureaus, statisticians and auxiliary technical personnel, how they work.
  

(2) members of the bureaus, statisticians and auxiliary technical personnel who have the status of employees, shall be treated as detached, how it operates, the bureaus.
  

(3) the accredited Delegates may attend the electoral operations only where the Act of accreditation. They cannot intervene in any way in the Organization and conduct of elections, having 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, electoral Alliance Policy Alliance times independent candidate or an attempt to influence the voter's option, and violation of any act of legal sanctions to attract accreditation, 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.
  


Article 100 (1) Judgment of the Court of appeals, intampinarilor, and any other application provided for in this law shall be carried out according to the rules laid down by law for the Presidential Ordinance, with the participation of the Prosecutor.
  

(2) Against final and irrevocable judgments handed down by courts, according to this law, there is no remedy.
  


Article 101 (1) time limits on days stipulated by this law, shall be calculated as from the day when they start to run, until the day when including fulfilled, even if they are not working days.
  

(2) throughout the period of elections, electoral offices and courts will ensure permanent activity required for the exercise of the electoral rights of citizens.
  


Article 102 (1) persons deprived of election rights by final judgment does not participate in the vote and will not be taken into account in determining the total number of voters, throughout determined by judgment.
  

(2) For persons held under a preventive arrest warrant or executing a custodial sanctions shall apply, as appropriate, the provisions of art. 69 relating to special ballot box.
  


Article 103 for the purposes of this law, legally constituted organizations belonging to national minorities are treated as political parties, political and electoral alliance relationships.


Article 104 (1) within 3 days after the date of the election, the Government will determine the pattern of electoral lists and the seals of electoral constituencies, electoral district and the Central Electoral Bureau. It will also establish, with at least 20 days before the date of the election, the stamp and the stamp of the necessary voting, of protocols for recording the outcome of elections, supporting certificate of election of Councillors and the Mayor and permits concerning the exercise of the right to vote.
  

(2) Teaching and receiving forms, seals and other materials necessary for voting are made on the basis of the report.
  


Article 105 Through identity document within the meaning of this law, shall mean that the identity card, ID card, ID on a provisional basis, a certificate which you place of identity card or passport of the times of the diplomatic service, and in the case of conscripts and of students in military schools, military service.
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Art. 105 was amended by law No. 164 of 30 July 1998, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 284 of 31 July 1998.


Article 106 Electoral District Offices will be accredited as observers only on internal voting citizens empowered by a non-governmental organisation which has as its object the defence of human rights, established legally with at least 6 months before the start of the election campaign.


Article 107 persons designated as domestic observers may not be members of any political party; accreditation is granted for all polling stations on county electoral district or radius of the municipality of Bucharest, only at the request of the organizations referred to in article 1. 106, accompanied by a written statement of each observer that will comply with the conditions of accreditation; the statement is given on oath and shall constitute an act of public law with all the consequences provided for by law; the conditions of accreditation are those listed in article 1. 99 para. (3) of the Act and referred to in the Act of accreditation.


Article 108 non-governmental organisations referred to in article 1. 106 apply to them, as appropriate, the provisions of art. 56 para. (9) and article 3. 99 para. (3) Article 109. Government will determine the duration and conditions of storage of the used ballots, contested or uncontested, and neintrebuintate, the seals and other materials necessary for voting.


Article 110 (1) the provisions of this law are applied properly organised elections for a legislature, as a result of the dissolution of local councils County times, invalidation or declaration of vacant Mayor.
  

(2) one year before expiry of the normal tenure no longer organizes elections for local councils, county councils, mayors, the General Council of Bucharest and for mayor.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 110 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 63 of 26 May 2000 and published in the Official Gazette No. 240 of 31 May 2000.


Article 111


By the name of the electoral district office, used by the present law, shall mean the Bureau communal electoral district, County, city, municipal and administrative-territorial subdivision of the municipality.
— — — — — — — — — — — — — — Note: see EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 2 of 4 January 2001 published in the Official Gazette No. 10 of January 9, 2001.
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