On Ensuring The Constitutional Rights Of Citizens Of The Russian Federation To Elect And Be Elected To Local Self-Government Bodies

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW Ensuring Constitutional Rights of Citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to Local Government Bodies Adopted by the State Duma on October 23, 1996, 22.06.98. N 85-FZ; of 21.07.2005 N 93-FZ; of 02.02.2006 N 19-FZ; of 12.07.2006 N 107-FZ; of 09.11.2009 N 250-FZ; of 28.12.2013 N 396-FZ; dated 04.06.2014 N 146-FZ This Federal Law sets out legal rules that ensure the exercise of the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local bodies Self-governance in cases of violations of these rights. (...) (...) N 85-FZ C t I am 1. Scope of this Federal Law 1. This Federal Law is applied in case of violation of the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local self-government bodies in cases where: Legislative (representative) organ of the subject The Russian Federation has not adopted a law establishing the procedure for holding municipal elections; a local government representative body or a local referendum has not adopted a charter of municipal education; No elected representative body The powers of the local self-government bodies shall be exercised by the officials appointed by the State authorities; the procedure for the establishment of a constituent entity is not established by the law of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation; Associations, conversions and discontinuations of municipalities; , the established terms of office of elected local self-government and local government officials; from 22.06.98 N 85-FZ) there are no bodies or officials authorized to designate members of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local government; (Paragraph added- Federal law of 22.06.98 N 85-FZ) municipal entities have been abolished, merged or converted in a manner that is contrary to the law; (Paragraph added is the federal law from 22.06.98 N 85-FZ) ) , in violation of the law, does not implement the constitutional rights of citizens living in the territory of the municipality, elect and be elected to the local self-government bodies of municipal education. (The paragraph is amended by the Federal Law of 22 June 1998). N 85-FZ 2. This federal law shall be applied in order to protect the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local authorities in a part which is not regulated by the laws of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and normative acts. -Acts of local self-government bodies. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ) C t I 2. Definition of local self-government territories 1. In the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, which have not established in their laws the rules governing the education, association, transformation and abolition of municipalities, municipal entities are in accordance with the existing law. Administrative divisions of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, districts, towns and districts in cities having district divisions, settlements, rural districts (selczas), other settlements or territories where the day of entry into force Federal Act "About the general principles of local government organization in the Russian Federation" local self-government was carried out in accordance with the laws and other normative OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION 2. Local authorities elected prior to the entry into force of the Federal Act on the general principles of local self-government in the OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Local government officials appointed or elected prior to the entry into force of the Federal Law "On general principles of local organization" Self-governance in the Russian Federation " shall remain in office until they are re-elected or abolished by the above-mentioned federal law or by this Federal Act. C but I am 3. Set the timing and order of the elections 1. Elections of deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government shall be held in accordance with the statutes of municipal entities in accordance with the procedure established by the laws of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, adopted in accordance with article 23 of the Federal Act on the general principles of the organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation. 2. In the constituent entities of the Russian Federation or individual municipalities, in which no date has been set for the election of deputies to representative local self-government bodies or elected officials of local government in three months before the expiry of the period referred to in article 58, paragraph 1, of the Federal Act on the general principles of the organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation, The elections shall be held in accordance with the procedure established by this Federal Government. by law. 3. In case the legislative (representative) body of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, in accordance with article 23 of the Federal Act on the general principles of local self-government in the Russian Federation, does not adopt laws establishing The procedure for holding the elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local government, elections shall be held: if there are local representative bodies of the local government self-government, in a manner determined by the provisional Provisions on the holding of elections of representatives of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government issued by representative bodies of local self-government in accordance with this Federal by law, or by decision of a representative body of local self-government in accordance with the procedure established by the Provisional Regulations annexed to this Federal Law on the holding of elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected representatives. Local Government in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The annexed Federal Act on the holding of elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Elects and be elected to local government bodies. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) (Retired-Federal Law of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ) 4. The provisional provisions shall be applied in accordance with the procedure established by this Federal Law, as well as in the appointment of the date of the election of the members of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government before the adoption of the draft resolution. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION N 85-FZ) 5. In cases of violations of the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local self-government bodies on the grounds referred to in article 1, paragraph 1, of this Federal Act, the procedure for the appointment of elections Representatives of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government are determined by the decision of the court of general jurisdiction in accordance with the Federal Law of June 12, 2002 N. 67-FZ " On the basic guarantees OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Paragraph 5 is amended by the Federal Act of 22 June 1998. 85-FZ; set out in the wording of the Federal Law of 21 July 2005. N 93-FZ) 6. The decision of the court referred to in paragraph 5 of this article shall be taken if: (In the wording of Federal Law No. N 93-FZ), within the period set out in paragraph 2 of this article, the election of members of representative local self-government bodies and elected officials of local self-government is not appointed or is appointed for a period of time; The corresponding period of time referred to in article 58, paragraph 1, of the Federal Act on the general principles of local self-government in the Russian Federation; powers of local self-government bodies shall be exercised by officials; appointed in a manner contrary to the law; 'The established terms of representative bodies of local self-government and local self-government officials' expired; elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government or elected officials of the local government Selfgovernment, including repeat or early elections, is not appointed by an authorized body or official within the prescribed time; there are no bodies or officials authorized to appoint elections of representative deputies. Local Government and elected officials Local self-government; municipal entities are abolished, merged or reformed in a manner contrary to the law; local self-government bodies have been abolished or self-dissolved in a manner contrary to the law. The law has either de facto ceased to exercise its powers; , in violation of the law, the constitutional rights of citizens living in the territory of the municipality are not being exercised, elected and elected to organs Local Government of Municipalities. (...) (...) N 85-FZ 7. The Supreme Courts of the Republics, the regional courts, the regional courts, the courts of Moscow and St. Petersburg, the court of the autonomous oblast and the courts of the autonomous regions hear in the first instance cases concerning the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation. Elects and be elected to local government bodies. The prosecutor's involvement is mandatory. 8. The cases of guaranteeing the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local self-government bodies shall be considered by the court within ten days from the date of receipt of the application by the procurator or the complaint. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 21.07.2005, N 93-FZ) 9. The court decision states: grounds for the appointment of the election date, the election commission to be appointed, and the date on which the election date is to be fixed; (In the wording of Federal Law dated 21.07.2005 g. N 93-FZ) legal act under which elections will be held in accordance with paragraphs 1, 3 and 10 of this article; if a decision is taken to ensure the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation The Federation shall elect and be elected to a representative body of local self-government-the term of office and the number of deputies of the representative body of local self-government; (In the wording of the Federal Law dated 21.07.2005 N 93-FZ) , in the event of a decision to ensure the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation, to elect a local government official and be elected as an elected official of the local government The local government posts provided for by the charter of municipal education and the term of office of the person who replaces this post, defined in accordance with this Federal Law; (In the wording of the Federal Law dated 21.07.2005 N 93-FZ) local self-government body or head of municipal education, or in accordance with the charter of municipal education, other local government official responsible for executing the court's decision in part To ensure that elections are held in accordance with a statutory instrument determined by a court. In the absence of the competent local authorities or local government officials, the execution of the court decision in respect of the conduct of the election in accordance with the normative legal act referred to by the court shall be vested in the court. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The court's decision must be executed immediately. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) 10. If the laws of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, adopted in accordance with article 23 of the Federal Act on the general principles of local self-government in the Russian Federation, do not contain rules governing the conduct of the election of deputies In the absence of the competent representative bodies of local self-government and local self-government officials, the court may, in its decision be established as a normative legal act under which The elections, annexed to this Federal Law, will hold elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION of the Russian Federation. (...) (...) N 85-FZ 11. In the event of a match between the date of the election of members of the representative bodies of local self-government or elected officials of local self-government with the date of elections to the public authorities, the elections may be held The relevant territorial election commissions for elections to public authorities using common polling stations, unless otherwise stipulated by federal law or the law of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation. 12. The term of office of elected members of the local government and elected officials elected in accordance with this Federal Act is equal to the term of office established in the statute Municipal education. If the charter of municipal education has not been adopted, it has not entered into force, or if the statutes do not set the term of office of members of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government The term of office is determined by a decision of the court on the basis of normative legal acts, according to which the election will be held by a court decision. If the term of office of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government is not established in a certain court of law, then it is determined by the court decision and is two years. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) C t I am 4. Ensuring the holding of elections 1. If, on the day of the decision of the court, to ensure the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation, to elect and be elected to a representative body of local self-government, the charter of the municipal formation or the provision of the charter is not adopted Municipalities determining the number of deputies of the representative body of local self-government are not brought into line with the requirements of article 35 of the Federal Act of 6 October 2003 No. 131-FZ on the general principles of local organization in the Russian Federation ", the number of deputies elected to the The local self-government unit must meet the minimum number of deputies of the corresponding representative body of municipal education established by article 35 of the said Federal Law. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 21.07.2005, N 93-FZ) 2.(Spconsumed by Federal Law of 21.07.2005) N 93-FZ) 3. The elections of deputies of the representative body of local self-government may be held on multi-mandate constituencies, the number of mandates in which there can be no more than five. (...) (...) N 85-FZ 4. Local government elections are financed from the local budget. If, on the date of the entry into force of this Federal Act, the financing of local elections cannot be financed from the local budget, funding is provided from the budget of the respective budget. of the Russian Federation The election commission of the municipal education, in agreement with the electoral commission of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, is entitled to take credit for the financing of the elections in the commercial bank, which is to be selected in the order, OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The payment of the loan and interest shall be paid from the budget of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation during the calendar year following the election year. In the wording of the federal laws of February 2, 2006, N 19-FZ; of 28.12.2013 N 396-FZ) 5. In the case of the establishment of a court as normative legal acts, in accordance with which the elections of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government are held, the provisional provisions specified in Article 3, paragraph 3, of this Federal Law, the provisions of these provisional provisions shall apply until the end of the term of office of elected representatives of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of the local government. self-government as well as in the appointment of reelection or early elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ C t I am 5. On the provisional provision for elections of the deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of the local self-government in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, to ensure the implementation of the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to the bodies of the local self-government representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Article 6: Preventing the holding of the elections of representative bodies of local government and elected officials of local government 1. Absence of the law of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation on the procedure for the State registration of the statutes of municipal entities adopted in accordance with article 8, paragraph 2, of the Federal Act on the general principles of the organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation Federation ", as well as a reasoned refusal to state registration of the municipal education charter, may not be a ground for recognition of the election of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials Local Government, if elections are held in accordance with OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION A representative body of local self-government or the population of municipal education in a local referendum. 2. Absence of Statutes of Municipalities, Local Government, Municipal Property or Local Budget in Municipalities at the time of the case in court, in cases where municipalities have been abolished, consolidated or transformed into a manner contrary to the law, cannot be grounds for the court's refusal to take a decision to ensure the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local bodies self-government in accordance with the procedure established by this Federal Act. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 21.07.2005, N 93-FZ) 3. Since the court of first instance issued a statement by a procurator or a complaint by a citizen residing in the territory of the municipality or by complaints from public associations or their regional and local offices submitted to the Constitutional Court. The rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and to be elected to local self-government bodies, and until the court's decision becomes enforceable, it is not permitted to abolish, combine or transform municipal education, change its territory, or as well as the legal status of municipal Education, local self-government bodies and elected officials of local government. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 21.07.2005, N 93-FZ) The legal acts and decisions, including those adopted by referendum, contrary to the first paragraph of this paragraph, are not in force and are not applicable. (...) (...) N 85-FZ C t I am 7. The responsibility of the officials of the State authorities and officials of the local self-government bodies that violate the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation of the Federation elected to the local self-government bodies , the officials of the State authorities, officials of the local self-government bodies are responsible in accordance with federal law and OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local self-government bodies. C but I am 8. The entry into force of this Federal Law The present Federal Law shall enter into force on the date of its official publication. President of the Russian Federation, B. Yeltsin Moscow, Kremlin November 26, 1996 N 138-FZ ___________________ Application to Federal Law " of ensuring the constitutional rights of the citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to the local self-government bodies " Tempore clause on elections of deputies representative bodies of local government and elected local government officials in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, which have not provided for the Russian Federation's constitutional rights to elect and be elected to organs Local self-government This Interim Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the Regulation) establishes the procedure for the election of members of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of the local government in the elections. in accordance with Federal Law "About the general principles of local self-government in the Russian Federation" and the Federal Law "On ensuring the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation" Elects and be elected to local self-government bodies. CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1. The principles of participation of citizens of the Russian Federation in the election of deputies to representative bodies of the local self-government and elected officials of the local self-government bodies Representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government shall be carried out by citizens of the Russian Federation who are permanently resident in the respective municipal entities, on the basis of all- of equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot. Article 2. Basic terms used in this Position Candidate for the representative body of local government; candidate for position of elected official of local government Self-governance. The Electoral Union is a public association, as well as its regional and local branches, which, in accordance with the law, have the right to nominate candidates. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) (Part Three is no more effective-Federal Act of 21.07.2005) N 93-FZ) Article 3. Election rights of citizens The right to elect members of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government is vested in the citizen of the Russian Federation, permanent who lives in the territory of the corresponding municipal education and who has reached 18 years of age on the day of elections. Citizens of the Russian Federation shall vote in the elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government, and elected officials of the local government for the candidate candidates (list of candidates) or against all candidates (against all lists of candidates). (...) (...) A citizen of the Russian Federation, who has reached the age of 18, may be elected as a representative of the representative body of local government. A citizen of the Russian Federation, who has reached the age of 21, may be elected a local government official. They do not have the right to elect and be elected members of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government Places of deprivation of liberty imposed by a court. They do not have the right to be elected members of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government also citizens, referred to in Article 4, paragraph 3-2 of the Federal Act of 12 June 2002 N 67-FZ " OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION " Citizens of the Russian Federation who have the citizenship of a foreign state or a residence permit or another document confirming the right to permanent residence of a Russian citizen in the territory of a foreign State, may be elected by members of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government, if this is stipulated in the international treaty of the Russian Federation. Foreign nationals permanently residing in the territory of the respective municipal education, on the basis of international agreements of the Russian Federation and in accordance with the procedure laid down by law, have the right to elect deputies Representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government and be elected members of these bodies and elected officials of local self-government, as well as participate in other election activities under the same conditions as citizens of the Russian Federation. (Article in Federal Law of 09.11.2009) N 250-FZ) Article 4. The electoral districts The deputies of the representative bodies of local self-government are elected by uninominal constituencies, one or more multi-member constituencies, formed in the territory of the municipality Education on the basis of a uniform standard of representation. The number of mandates in multidomain districts cannot be more than five. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The election of elected officials of local self-government is carried out in a single district, the boundaries of which coincide with the boundaries of municipal education. Article 5. The elections will be held on dates fixed in accordance with the Federal Law "On ensuring the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local self-government bodies". Article 6. Nomination of candidates The right to nominate candidates belongs to the constituencies and directly to the voters. Chapter II. ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTED DISTRIAL PARTICIPATION, LISTING, LISTENERS Article 7. Electoral districts Constituencies cover the entire territory of municipal education and must meet the following requirements: equality of constituencies by number of electors with a tolerance of up to 10 % of the average number of voters in the district, and in remote and remote districts-no more than 15%; Constituency form a single territory: the formation of a constituency is not allowed out of the boundary Territories. The boundaries of the electoral districts and the number of voters in each district are established by the municipal education election commission upon presentation by the head of the municipal education or the body (official) of the local Self-government, authorized by the statute of the municipality, the decision of a representative body of local self-government or a court decision, and shall be approved by a representative body of local self-government not later than 60 days prior to the election day. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) Lists of electoral districts, as well as a report on the formation of one multi-member district according to Article 4 of this Regulation, including their graphic boundaries The image is published by the election commission of the municipal education no later than five days after the formation of the electoral districts. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ) Article 8. Polling stations The polling stations are formed on the territory of the electoral districts to conduct the voting and vote count. Polling stations shall be formed not later than 45 days before the election day by the head of the municipal education or by the local government (official) authorized by the charter of municipal education, In accordance with the decision of the representative body of local self-government or the court decision, in accordance with the relevant election commissions not more than three thousand voters per polling station. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The lists of polling stations, indicating their boundaries, addresses and telephone numbers of precinct election commissions, addresses of voting premises are published by district or territorial election commissions in the local press no later than 40 days before the election day and are posted on information stands within ten days of the decision on the formation of polling stations. Article 9. Voter Lists Each citizen of the Russian Federation shall be included in the electoral register in accordance with article 3, paragraph 1, of the present Statute. The list of voters is a precinct election commission based on information submitted by the head of the municipal education or the local government body (official) authorized by the statute Municipal education, the decision of a representative body of local self-government or a court decision, in accordance with the form established by the municipal education election commission. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. The voter lists must be completed no later than 20 days before the election day. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The voter list is compiled in alphabetical or other order (settlements, streets, houses, voter addresses). The list shall include the family name, first name, patronymic, year and date of birth, address of the voter's place of residence. The lists are signed by the chairperson and the secretary of the precinct election commission. At least 20 days before the election day, precinct election commissions provide citizens with the opportunity to get acquainted with the voter lists. Any citizen of the Russian Federation who has the right to elect members of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local government, on any day, including election day, may declare to the precinct the electoral commission on any inaccuracies in the electoral list. Within 24 hours, and on election day, within two hours, the precinct election commission is obliged to check the application of the citizen and to correct the error or to issue a certificate to the applicant on a reasoned rejection of the application. Chapter III. ELECTORAL COMMISSIONS Article 10. Election Commission system For the preparation and holding of the elections of deputies to representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local government, depending on the size of the municipal population Education can be formed by the following election commissions: election commission of municipal education; district election commissions; territorial election commissions; precinct election commissions. Education of the election commission of municipal education is compulsory. Article 11. The principles of electoral commissions In all matters relating to the preparation and conduct of elections, the electoral commissions, within the limits of their authority as set out in this Statute, are independent of the public authorities and the local authorities. Decisions of electoral commissions, adopted within the limits of their powers, are binding on the executive bodies of state power, local authorities, voluntary associations, enterprises, institutions, organizations and their organizations. Officials, as well as subordinate election commissions. The activities of the electoral commissions are conducted on a collegial basis. The meeting of the election commission shall be valid if there is a majority of the members of the commission with the right to vote. The preparation and conduct of elections by election commissions shall be conducted openly and transparently. Decisions of the election commissions on the election of the chairman, deputy chairman and secretary of the election commission, on the registration of candidates, the cancellation of registration of candidates, on financial support for the preparation and conduct of elections, both The adoption of the outcome of the voting, on the recognition of the elections by failed or invalid, shall be taken by a majority vote of the established number of members of the commission with the right to vote. Decisions of election commissions on other matters shall be taken by a simple majority of the number of members present of the election commission with the casting vote. All decisions of election commissions are public. The electoral commissions shall ensure that all citizens with voting rights have the opportunity to get acquainted with the decisions taken by the commissions. The decision of the election commission shall be signed by the chairman and the secretary of the election commission. The members of the election commission, who do not agree with the decision taken by the election commission, shall have the right in writing to express a dissenting opinion, which should be brought to the attention of the higher election commission by the chairman of the election commission not later than three days, and three days before the election day and on election day immediately. The election commission's decision, which runs counter to federal laws or adopted by an election commission that exceeds its authority, is to be rescinding by a higher electoral commission or a court. The meetings of the election commission shall be convened and shall be held by the Chairman or on his behalf by the Deputy Chairman of the Election Commission. Meetings are also held at the request of at least two members of the election commission with the right to vote. The representatives of the parties concerned are entitled to attend the meetings of the election commissions in the consideration of complaints (applications). The President and the Secretary of the Elections Commission of the Municipal Education during the period of preparation and conduct of the elections shall serve on the Commission on a permanent basis. Other members of the election commission of municipal education with the right to vote can work permanently or temporarily on the decision of the commission. The chairman and individual members of the district, territorial and precinct election commissions, with the right of deciding vote, may work permanently or temporarily in a commission, according to the decisions of the election commission of the municipal education from the main job. The members of election commissions shall be paid within the limits of the funds allocated for the conduct of elections in accordance with article 4, paragraph 4, of the Federal Law on the Provision of Constitutional Rights of the Citizens of the Russian Federation "and to be elected to local governments." The administration of enterprises and institutions, regardless of the form of ownership, is obliged to grant members of the election commissions unpaid leave while they perform the duties assigned to them by the decisions of the election commission in According to the Labour Code of the RSFSR. Article 12. The status of a member of the election commission The member of the election commission with the right to vote is obliged to attend all meetings of the commission. The election commissions cannot include candidates for deputies, their proxists, spouses and close relatives of candidates, persons directly under their control. The election commissions may include members of election commissions with the right to vote, sent by candidates, voters, electoral associations and voluntary associations. Members of the election commissions with the right of deliberative voice sent by candidates, voters, electoral associations and voluntary associations submit to the relevant election commission the notification of arbitrary Form, signed by an authorized representative of the public or electoral association or a candidate confirming the sending of a member of the election commission with the right of an advisory vote, and a document certifying the identity of the public an observer. Notification of the member of the election commission with the right of deliberative vote shall be signed by at least five voters of the respective municipal education. Member of the election commission, both with the right and the right of deliberative vote: will be notified of the meetings of the respective election commission in advance; is entitled to speak at the meeting of the election commission, to make proposals on matters within the competence of the respective election commission and to request a vote on them; is entitled to ask the other participants of the meeting questions in accordance with the agenda. of the Conference of the States members of the Committee on the any documents and materials of the relevant and subordinate election commissions and receive certified copies of these documents. When a decision is made by the election commission, members of the election commission shall not participate with the right of deliberative vote. A member of the election commission with the right to vote can be relieved of the duties of a member of the election commission before the expiration of the term of office by decision of the organ that appointed him, in the case of: Commission statements in writing of resignation; loss of a member of the election commission of the Russian Federation citizenship; Commission; acceptance of a member of the election commission The decision of the court, which has entered into force, is incompetent, limited to legal capacity, missing or dead. Members of the electoral commission with the right to vote, released during the period of preparation and conduct of elections from the main work, are paid from the funds allocated for the holding of elections. During their term of office, they may not be dismissed from work on the initiative of the administration (employer) or transferred without their consent. Members of the election commission with the right to vote cannot be held without the procurator's consent to criminal responsibility or subjected to administrative punishment imposed by the courts. Article 13. The Electoral Commission of the Education Electoral Commission of the Municipal Education, composed of at least seven members of the commission shall be formed by a representative body of local government, and In the absence of a head of municipal education or a body (official) of local self-government, the Commissioner of the Statutes of Municipal Education, or a court decision, from among persons proposed by local government bodies, associations, voter assemblies, by place of work, service, or residence, not later than 75 days prior to election day and approved by the designated local authority. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Secretary of the Municipal Electoral Commission shall be elected by the members of the Commission by secret ballot at the first meeting of the commission. The Election Commission of the Municipal Education is a legal entity. The Electoral Commission of Municipal Education: Register the candidates nominated by the electoral associations and voters in the electoral district, whose boundaries coincide with the boundaries of municipal education; Register of proxies of candidates nominated by the electoral associations and voters in the electoral district, whose boundaries coincide with the boundaries of the municipality, give them an established sample; provides an explanation of how to use this Regulations and ensure its uniform application; considers complaints (applications) to decisions and actions (inaction) of district, territorial and precinct election commissions and takes decisions on complaints (applications); , in the cases provided for by this Regulation, shall issue instructions and other acts on the organization of the elections; shall monitor the legality of the elections; shall establish the form of the ballot papers, lists and other electoral documents, the procedure for their storage and the The press samples of the election commissions; to allocate the allocated according to article 4, paragraph 4, of the Federal Law "On ensuring the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation to elect and be elected to local bodies" Self-government " funds for the financial management of the elections and supervises their intended use; deals with logistics of preparation and conduct of voting; sets results Voting on the electoral district, the boundaries of which coincide with the boundaries of municipal education, as well as in municipal education, and publishes them in the press, ensures the transfer of documents related to the holding and organization of elections to the archives of the municipal education; is drawn up lists The persons elected by the deputies of the representative body of local government shall determine the candidate elected by the local government official; will organize the reelection of members of the representative bodies of local self-government; exercises other powers in accordance with present Regulations. The term of office of the election commission of the municipal education, established in accordance with this Statute, shall end upon the completion of the powers of the deputies of the representative body of local self-government and elected officials. the persons elected under the present Statute. The decisions of the municipal election commission within the limits of its powers are binding on the district, territorial and precinct election commissions. Article 14. District election commissions The district election commission will be formed in each single-member district for the election of deputies of representative bodies of local self-government, if the number of voters in the district exceeds 10,000 people. In the election of the local government official, as well as in the formation of one multi-member district for the election of deputies of a representative body of local self-government in accordance with Article 4 of the present No district election commissions are established. If the district election commissions are not established, their powers are exercised by the election commission of the municipal education. District election commissions are formed by the election commission of municipal education from among the persons proposed by the local self-government bodies, voluntary associations and voter assemblies. No later than 50 days prior to the election day of at least seven members of the commission and approved by a representative body of local self-government, and in the absence of a head of municipal education or authority (official) of the local government authorized by the statute Municipal or court decisions. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Secretary of the District Electoral Commission shall be elected by the members of the Commission by secret ballot at the first meeting of the commission. District election commissions: monitor the execution of this Statute on the territory of the respective constituency; consider complaints (applications) to decisions and actions (inaction) of territorial and precinct election commissions and take decisions on complaints and applications; register the candidates in the respective district and their proxiks, issue them certificates of installed sample; ensure equal conditions for election activities for all candidates; manage the cash and material resources allocated by the municipal election commission for the preparation and conduct of the elections in the electoral district; The electoral district shall be sent to the electoral commission of the municipal education, shall ensure the transfer of documentation related to the preparation and conduct of the elections to the archive of the municipal education; approves the text of the ballot papers for Voting in the electoral district shall be ensured by the manufacture of Newsletters and the supply of district commissions; supervises the provision of office accommodation, transportation, communication and other logistical issues for the elections; organizes early The vote shall be drawn up before the vote. The district election commissions organize the printing and distribution to all voters of a brochure containing information on all candidates registered for the district. Information about each candidate is placed on at least one sheet of A4 format. The relevant information is provided to the district election commissions by the candidates themselves. The production and distribution of the brochure is made by means of the funds allocated for the organization of the elections. The District election commissions shall exercise other powers in accordance with this Statute. The district election commissions operate until the expiry of the term of office of the election commission of municipal education. The decisions of the district electoral commission within its powers shall be binding on the precinct election commissions. Article 15. Territorial electoral commissions Territorial electoral commissions may be formed in the election of local government officials in one single-member district, as well as in the formation of multihomed For the elections of deputies to a representative body of local self-government in accordance with article 4 of the present regulation, if the number of voters in the district exceeds 100,000. (...) (...) N 85-FZ If elections are held simultaneously for local self-government officials and members of a representative body of local government in single-seat constituencies, the territorial election commissions will not be formed, and Their powers are fulfilled by the district election commissions. Territorial electoral commissions are formed by the election commission of municipal education from among the persons proposed by the local self-government bodies, voluntary associations and the assembly of voters No later than 50 days prior to the election day of at least seven members of the commission and approved by a representative body of local self-government, and in the absence of a head of municipal education or authority (official) of the local government authorized by the statute Municipal or court decisions. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The President, Deputy Chairman and Secretary of the territorial election commission shall be elected by secret ballot at its first meeting from among the members of the territorial election commission. Territorial Election Commission: monitors the preparation and conduct of elections in the respective territory, informs the public about the addresses and telephone numbers of precinct election commissions; coordinates the activities of precinct election commissions in the respective territory, examines complaints (applications) on decisions and actions (inaction) of these election commissions and takes decisions on complaints (applications); manages the money allocated for preparation and holding elections and distributing them among precinct election commissions; ensures equal electoral conditions for all candidates; arranges the delivery of ballot papers and other elections documents of precinct election commissions; provides organizational and technical assistance to district electoral commissions in the conduct of voting at polling stations; sets out the results of voting in elections to the electoral commissions of the Territory concerned, reports them to the Information and reports on the results of voting to the district election commission of municipal education; ensures the transfer of documents related to the preparation and conduct of the elections to the municipal election commission Education; exercises other powers in accordance with this regulation. The term of office of the territorial election commission expires 30 days after the official publication of the general election results. The decisions of the territorial election commission within its competence are binding on the precinct election commissions. Article 16. Precinct election commissions The precinct election commissions shall be established at each polling station formed in accordance with the present Regulations. The precinct election commissions are formed by the district or territorial election commission from among the persons proposed by the local municipal government bodies, voluntary associations and assemblies of voters at work, service, study and residence, no later than 45 days prior to the election day of at least seven members. The President, the Vice-President and the Secretary of the precinct election commission shall be elected by secret ballot at its first meeting from among the members of the precinct election commission. precinct election commission: arranges for the compilation of an additional voters 'list on the site; conducts voter registration, receives and reviews the voters' list The number of inaccuracies in the voters ' list and the question of making changes to it; informs the population about the election day and the place of voting; controls the location of election campaign materials in order and the quantities of this Regulation; provides the preparation of polling station, electoral crates and other electoral equipment; organizes voting on polling day at its polling station; counts votes, determines the votes The results of voting at the polling station and the transfer of documentation related to the conduct and organization of the elections to the election commission of the municipal education; examines complaints (applications) on the preparation of elections and the organization of the voting and takes decisions on them; shall exercise other powers in accordance with this regulation. The powers of the precinct election commission end 30 days after the official publication of the general election results. Article 17. Appeals against decisions and actions (inaction) of the election commissions Decisions and actions (inaction) of the election commission of municipal education during the election can be appealed to the court in accordance with the procedure established by the law. OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The decisions and actions (inaction) of district, territorial and precinct election commissions can be appealed to the election commission of the municipal education or to the court. Election commissions shall, within the limits of their powers, deal with complaints (applications) against decisions and actions (inaction) of subordinate election commissions and take decisions on them no later than three days, and three days and less Election day and election day immediately. The courts consider complaints (applications) against decisions and actions (inaction) of election commissions during and take decisions on election commissions no later than three days, and three days and less until the day of the election and on election day immediately. CHAPTER IV. PUBLIC VERIFICATION OF THE PREPARATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ELECTION Article 18. The right to public control Candidates, trustee candidates, voters, electoral associations and voluntary associations have the right to exercise public control over the preparation and conduct of elections. Public control is ensured by: the right of candidates, voters, electoral associations and public associations to send members of election commissions to the right of deliberative vote and public observers in Election commissions; the right of candidates, proxies of candidates, voters, electoral associations, voluntary associations, as well as their authorized representatives to appeal to election commissions of all levels with complaints (applications) for violations of electoral legislation; right of candidates, voters, electoral associations, public associations, as well as their authorized representatives to receive information from election commissions; right of candidates, Persons of candidates, voters, electoral associations, voluntary associations, as well as their authorized representatives to challenge the actions (inaction) of election commissions and their officials to a higher electoral commission or a court; responsibility of election commissions at all levels Ensure conditions for attendance at meetings of election commissions and the possibility of getting acquainted with the decisions of election commissions, their complaints (statements), and other documentation of foreign (international) observers, Foreign and international public and intergovernmental organizations and other non-profit institutions. Article 19. Public observers In the conduct of voting and the establishment of the results of voting at the meetings of election commissions at all levels, public observers are entitled to observe candidates, voters, and voters. Associations, voluntary associations and foreign (international) observers. Public observers carry out their activities in accordance with federal laws, the laws of the subjects of the Russian Federation, the present regulation, and regulatory legal acts of municipalities. Public observers sent by candidates, voters, electoral associations and voluntary associations shall submit to the relevant election commission the notification of an arbitrary form signed by the Commissioner A representative of a public or electoral association or a candidate confirming the deployment of a public observer to observe the work of the election commission and a document certifying the identity of a public observer. The voter registration notification shall be signed by at least five voters of the relevant municipality. The pre-notification of election commissions on the proposed presence of public observers is not required. Public observers have the right: to be on polling day at polling stations (including at polling stations located in military units, hospitals, sanatoriums, holiday homes and closed homes) in the administrative and territorial entities), in the premises of the precinct election commission from the beginning of its work until the signing of the protocol on the results of the voting by its members; and to be present when voting is held outside Voting rights; meeting the results of voting and obtaining in the election commissions of all A certified copy of the voting records. Public observers present at meetings of election commissions and polling stations have no right to interfere in the work of election commissions. " Chapter V. Article 20. Nominations of candidates Nomination of candidates begins 60 days before election day and ends 30 days before election day. Article 21. Gathering of signatures in support of candidates It is necessary to present the voters ' signatures collected in support of the candidate for registration of the candidate to the representative body of the local self-government in the uninominal constituency The corresponding electoral district, representing at least 1 per cent of the electorate in the constituency. It is necessary to present the voters ' signatures collected in support of the candidate for the registration of the candidate to the representative body of local self-government in the multi-member constituency. Constituencies, amounting to at least 1 per cent of the electorate in the district divided by the number of mandates. It is necessary to present the voters ' signatures collected in support of the candidate for the election of an elected official of the local government, who electors for the single uninominal constituency. At least 1 per cent of the electorate of municipalities. Subscriptions shall be produced according to the form set out in Annexes 1 and 2 to this Regulation. Each subscription list specifies the surname, name, patronymic of the candidate, year of birth, occupation, by whom (voters or the election association). Voters, signing on the subscription list, specify the surname, first name, patronymic, birth year (18 years extra-day and month), address of place of residence, series and passport number or replacement document number and date of application signatures. The date of the signature and the signature itself must be fulfilled by the voters. Article 22. Registration of candidates To register a candidate no later than 30 days prior to the election day, the relevant election commission is presented the subscription lists in support of the candidate, the candidate's statement of consent to run for this election. The electoral district, the candidate's name, first name, patronymic, date of birth, place of work, position (occupation), place of residence, and for candidates put forward by the electoral associations, as well as the decision The competent authority of the electoral association for their nomination, including the list of nominated candidates. (In the edition of federal laws of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ; dated 21.07.2005 N 93-FZ) Subscriptions are submitted to the election commission in a booklet and numbered. The Electoral Commission shall verify that the procedure for the nomination of a candidate meets the requirements of this Regulation and shall register the candidate within three days, publish the data on the candidate listed in the subscription list, in the mass media. The information is provided and issued to him by the date and time of the registration, or is denied registration. Data on registered candidates after registration are made available to all interested media. The candidate may be registered in only one constituency for the election of the deputies of a representative body of local self-government. If, in the period following the registration of candidates and before the election day, there will be fewer than two candidates in the single-mandate constituency, and in the multi-mandate constituency there will be fewer candidates than the assigned number of seats or equal to that number, the election day shall be carried out by the decision of the municipal education election commission for a period of four to eight weeks for the further nomination and follow-up of candidates in accordance with the timetable, to be specified in this Regulation. Article 23. Verification of the authenticity of signatures The authenticity of signatures in support of candidates for election districts shall be checked by the respective district election commissions or by the election commission of the municipal education. According to the decision of the municipal education commission, members of territorial election commissions may be involved in the verification of the authenticity of signatures. The signatures collected in support of all candidates for the electoral district are subject to verification. At least 2 percent of the required signatures in support of each candidate must be verified. The signatures shall be selected arbitrarily at the meeting of the relevant election commission. All signatures on the subscription lists selected for verification are subject to verification. About the time of verification of the authenticity of the signatures collected, the election commission is obliged to inform the candidates about which this check is conducted, as well as the electoral associations that have nominated them. The Commission may not refuse the candidates, the electoral associations, who wish to send their trusted (authorized) persons to participate in the examination. In order to verify the authenticity of signatures, the members of the commission are entitled to conduct a survey of voters whose signatures are listed in the checked subscription lists. The survey is conducted by at least three members of the commission directly of the voter whose signature is verified. Not valid: untrusted signatures, namely the signatures of voters who are not voters of the district, and the signatures of voters who indicated in the signature list information that do not correspond to reality. The signature is deemed not to be credible when an internal affairs body is available; signatures of voters without any information required; falsified signatures, namely, signatures in respect of which it is established that The voter was not signed in the corresponding subscription list. The signature is falsified if a voter's handwritten signature is available in the protocol setting out the fact that the voter has refused to sign the signature on his/her signature list. The said protocol shall be certified by at least three members of the election commission. Actual errors, fixes, stamps cannot be the basis for a signature to be invalid during verification or for the counting of signatures, provided that there is no evidence of tamper with the signature or ownership of the signature A citizen who is not a voter in the district. If the signature is not valid, more than 10 percent of the signatures are verified, and another 2 percent of the signatures in the above order are verified. If more than 10 per cent of the invalid signatures are verified, no candidate shall be verified. Registration of the candidate is not made if the number of signed electors less the number of signatures declared invalid is not sufficient for registration. Article 24. Status of candidates All candidates have equal rights and have equal responsibilities. Candidates who are in the state or municipal service, as well as working in the mass media, from the day of registration and until the day of the official publication of the general election totals, are temporarily exempt from performance of official duties. The continuation of the performance of the service by a candidate who is in the State or municipal service, as well as in the media while participating in the elections, has the effect of cancelling the decision on his or her registration The electoral commission registered the candidate, on the initiative of the election commission, on the protest of the prosecutor, by the decision of the court or on the application of the citizens, the electoral associations. According to the candidate, the administration (employer) is obliged to grant him leave without pay from the day of registration of the candidate to the day of official publication of the general election results. During this period, the average monthly earnings calculated from the previous three months ' registration date, but up to 10 times the minimum wage, are paid monthly to the candidate who registered it Electoral Commission, with funds allocated for the preparation and conduct of elections. The candidates from the day of registration up to the day of the official publication of the general election are entitled in the territory of the municipality free of charge to public transport, except for taxis and registered flights. The related costs are reimbursable from the municipal budget. The registered candidate cannot be a member of any election commission. The registered candidate shall not be subject to criminal liability in the territory of the municipal entity, detained, arrested or subjected to administrative penalties imposed by the courts without the consent of the procurator of the subject of the Russian Federation. Measures of restraint or other criminal procedure measures in the territory of the municipality may be applied to the candidate only by court order. The candidate of the representative body of local self-government may have up to five trust-persons, and a candidate for the position of elected official of local government-up to ten trustee persons to be registered the same the electoral commission that registered the candidate. The candidate's trustee may not be a member of any election commission. The trustee obtains certificates from the relevant election commission and conducts pre-election campaigning. From the day of registration of the candidate to the day of the official publication of the general election results inclusive, the administration (employer) is obliged to grant the trustee persons on their application unpaid leave. Candidates who have appointed a trustee shall be entitled to withdraw them at any time by notifying the relevant election commission, which shall cancel the certificates issued to those trustee persons. The candidate has the right not later than five working days before the election day to withdraw. Information on the departure of candidates for two days is published by the municipal education election commission and the corresponding district election commission and reported to the media. Chapter VI: PREFECTIVE AGUITATION Article 25. The general principles of the election campaign agitation Citizens and public associations have the right to campaign for or against any candidate. State bodies, local authorities and their officials are prohibited from campaigning. The election campaign can be conducted: through mass media; through public election events (meetings and meetings with voters, public debates and debates, Demonstrations, marches, demonstrations and other public events); through the issuance and (or) distribution of printed, audio-visual and other campaign materials. Candidates and their authorized representatives are not entitled to transfer money to the voters, to present gifts and other material assets, except for remuneration for the conduct of pre-election organizational work (duty on the voters). voting stations, collection of signatures and similar), to carry out preferential sales of goods, free distribution of any goods, except for printed matter, including illustrative materials, as well as badges specially made for the sale of goods. of the electoral campaign. Candidates and their authorized representatives shall not have the right to interfere in the election campaign by promising to transfer money, securities and other material goods to voters. From the day of registration up to the sum total of votes is not allowed to be conducted by candidates, electoral associations of charity activity, as well as lottery on the territory of the corresponding constituency. From the day of registration to the end of the election, candidates are not entitled to participate in programmes of public and municipal television and radio broadcasting companies in a manner other than that specified in this Statute. Election commissions, state and local authorities are obliged to assist candidates and electoral associations in the organization and conduct of pre-election meetings, meetings of candidates and their trustee Voters. Applications for such meetings and meetings are considered by the relevant electoral commissions, state authorities and local authorities within three days and are granted in accordance with the procedure established by the Electoral Code. by the commission of municipal education. The pre-election rallies are organized and held in due course. Aguitation in the premises of election commissions is prohibited. State bodies, local authorities, as well as the administration of enterprises, institutions and organizations in state and municipal ownership are required by the electoral commissions free of charge Provide the necessary premises for candidates and trust-persons with the electorate to be held in their property or to dispose of them. The administration of enterprises and organizations in the state, municipal, share, share or private property is obliged to ensure the conditions for the meetings of candidates and their proxies with the voters working on these enterprises, applications of candidates, their proxies or election commissions. At the same time, the election commissions are obliged to ensure equal opportunities for electoral campaigning by all candidates and electoral associations. The election commissions monitor compliance with the established procedure for campaigning. The electoral commissions, notified of the campaign activities violating the rights of candidates and citizens, take measures to suppress these activities and have the right to apply to the relevant authorities for the suppression of the illegal activity. of the Russian Federation. Article 26. The electoral campaigning period The election campaign shall be held from the day of registration of the candidate and shall be terminated one day before the election day (from the day of the day preceding the election day). On election day, any public election campaign is prohibited. The printed campaign material previously removed from the polling stations may be maintained in the former places. Article 27. The election campaign through mass media information Media, founders (co-founders) of which are state bodies or local self-government bodies, state enterprises, institutions and organizations, municipal enterprises, institutions and organizations, as well as the mass media, financed entirely or partially financed by the municipal education budget, are obliged to ensure equal opportunities for election The list of speakers will be addressed to all the candidates. Two days before the election day and on election day, public opinion polls, forecasts of election results and other studies related to the upcoming elections are prohibited. Article 28. The use of printed and other campaign materials materials Electoral associations and candidates have the right to publish posters, flyers and other campaign materials without hinders. All campaign materials should contain information about the organizations and the persons responsible for their content and release. Propagation of anonymous (non-disclosure) campaign materials is prohibited. The printed materials may be posted in any room, in any building, structure or other object, except for the buildings and premises of the electoral commissions and polling stations, with the consent of the owner or the owner of these objects. It is prohibited to disband and post campaign print materials on buildings, monuments and obelisks of historical, cultural or architectural value. Election commissions, upon receipt of information on the dissemination of anonymous or fraudulent campaigns, are taking measures to suppress this activity. The pre-election programs and campaign materials should not contain calls for a violent change in the foundations of the constitutional system and violation of the Russian Federation's integrity. The agitation and propagation of social, racial, national or religious superiority, the production and distribution of messages and materials inciting social, racial, national or religious enmity are prohibited. No later than 30 days before the election day, the head of the municipal education or the local government (official), authorized by the charter of the municipal education, by the decision of a representative body of the local government Self-governance or court decision is required on the territory of each polling station in places suitable for visiting the voters, to allocate and arrange at least one special stand for the embroiders or adhesive printed campaign materials. Each candidate registered in the district shall be given an equal space to hold the campaign printed materials. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) On the premises of the election commissions, each registered candidate is to post an information (not calling for or against candidates) material with information about his biography, labor, and public activities, electoral programme or platform. Each candidate has the right to submit an information material of up to two sheets of A4 format. The refusal of the election commission to place the material may be caused only by the failure of the candidate to comply with the requirements of this article and can be appealed to a higher election commission or a court. Article 29. TV and Radio Candidates are entitled to free use of airtime on television and radio broadcasters, founders (co-founders) of which are State or local government bodies, State enterprises, institutions and organizations, municipal enterprises, institutions and organizations, as well as television and radio broadcasters or partly financed by the budget Municipal education and television and radio broadcasting on the territory of the respective electoral district. The provision of airtime shall be established by the election commission of the municipal education. The above pre-election campaign activities should be conducted through live television programmes and radio programmes. Additional submission of airtime candidates by these media shall not be permitted. To ensure that pre-election campaign events are conducted by the election commission of the municipal education, contracts with television broadcasters and radio broadcasting companies are concluded, and Radio broadcasting in the territory of the municipality. Chapter VII. FINANCING OF THE ELECTION Article 30. General principles for the financing of elections The costs of election commissions for the preparation and conduct of elections are held in accordance with article 4, paragraph 4, of the Federal Law on the Provision of Constitutional Rights of Citizens of the Russian Federation Elects and be elected to local governments. " Article 31. The procedure for the provision of funds for the holding of elections Elections under article 4, paragraph 4, of the Federal Law "On ensuring the constitutional rights of citizens of the Russian Federation" and to be elected to the local self-government bodies " shall be made at the disposal of the election commission of the municipal education not later than five days after the formation of the said election commission and allocated to it by all by the electoral commissions. In case the funds are not transferred to the municipal education election commission in time, the said election commission is obliged to apply to the authorized bank within three days, and in the absence of the latter or refusal to provide loans to other banks, the choice of which is implemented in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation of the Russian Federation on the contractual system in the procurement of goods, works and services for the provision of state and municipal services. The Conference of the States Members of the United States of the United States of Loans received by the election commission of municipal education, including interest earned on them, are paid from the budget of the subject of the Russian Federation. (In the wording of federal laws 02.02.2006. N 19-FZ; of 28.12.2013 N 396-FZ) Election commissions shall report to the municipal education commission on the expenditure of their allocated funds no later than 30 days from the date of the official publication of the general election results. The Election Commission of the Municipality shall submit to the representative body of local government a report on the expenditure of the funds allocated for the conduct of the elections no later than two months after the official publication of the general elections Election results. The report should be published by the municipal education commission in the mass media. Article 32. Election funds of candidates The candidates and the electoral associations are creating their own electoral funds to finance the election campaign. The use of other funds to conduct pre-election campaigning, except for election funds, is not permitted. The electoral funds can be formed by: money allocated to the candidate or the electoral association for election campaign by the election commission of the municipal education or the district election commission; own funds of the candidate or the electoral association; money allocated to the candidate by the nominating association; voluntary donations of individuals and legal entities. The sum of the donation of an individual person to the election fund of the candidate or the election association shall not exceed the minimum wage fixed on the date of the election, the minimum wage is more than twenty times. The amount of the donation of a separate legal person should not exceed the minimum wage established on the date of the election and more than two hundred times. The total amount of money accumulated in the candidate's election fund should not exceed the minimum wage fixed on the date of the election and the minimum wage more than a thousand times. The sum of the funds accumulated in the electoral fund of the electoral association, divided by the number of candidates nominated by the electoral association, shall not exceed the minimum required for the election day The amount of remuneration is more than a thousand times. " Donations from foreign countries, organizations and citizens; Russian legal entities with foreign participation; international organizations and international public associations; religious associations; State bodies and local governments; State enterprises, institutions and organizations; municipal enterprises, institutions and organizations; enterprises, institutions and organizations financed from the federal budget; THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The right to dispose of the funds of election funds belongs exclusively to the candidates who created these funds and the electoral associations. Candidates who have established electoral funds in accordance with the first part of this article are required to submit to the municipal education and district electoral commissions no later than one month from the date of the election. Reports on the use of these funds, respectively, to the election commissions. The reports should be submitted to the municipal education election commission and the district election commissions to the mass media simultaneously with the submission of the report by the municipal election commission expenditure. Article 33. Method of accounting for income and expenditure of the electoral funds All monies entering the election fund of the candidate or the electoral association are transferred to a special account at the local level. The branch of the Savings Bank of the Russian Federation, opened by the candidate or the electoral association after registration of the candidate. The procedure for recording the income and expenditure of the election fund is established by the election commission of the municipal education. The form of the financial statement is set by the municipal education election commission. Unspent funds of the election fund after the completion of the elections are transferred to the organizations ' accounts and the current accounts of persons who have remits to the electoral fund in proportion to the amount of donations. Chapter VIII. VOTING AND DETERMINATION OF THE RESULTS ELECTIONS Article 34. Voting facilities The voting facilities shall be placed at the disposal of precinct election commissions by the head of the municipal education or by the body (official) of the local self-government The charter of the municipal education, the decision of a representative body of local self-government or a court decision. If it is not possible to use premises located in State or municipal property, the premises are rented from other owners. In the absence of the competent local authorities, these acts are carried out by the executive branch of the constituent entity of the Russian Federation, which is responsible for enforcing the court's decision in respect of the holding of elections. Payment for rent and damages shall be paid by election commissions from the funds allocated for the holding of elections. (...) (...) N 85-FZ) The voting room shall be equipped with polling booths. Secret ballot boxes and ballot boxes are placed in such a way that the voting of voters is possible only through the polling booths, and the path from the cockpit to the ballot box was kept under review the electoral commission and observers. Article 35. The ballot papers Each voter shall receive a ballot paper by the election commission of the municipal formation of the form. The ballot papers contain in alphabetical order the names, the names, the patronymic of all registered candidates and the data of each candidate, including his surname, first name, patronymic, date of birth, place of work, The position (occupation), place of residence, as well as the details of the person being nominated. On the right of each registered candidate on the ballot paper, an empty square is placed on the name of the electoral association. At the end of the list of registered candidates, the names of the electoral associations shall be placed "Against all candidates" ("Against all lists of candidates") with an empty square to the right of it. (...) (...) N 146-FZ) Each ballot paper shall contain an explanation of how the ballot papers will be filled. The text of the explanation is approved by the Municipal Election Commission. The ballot papers are printed by order of the election commission of the municipal education or the corresponding district election commissions. The precinct election commissions receive ballot papers from district election commissions not later than three days before the election. The number of ballot papers submitted to the precinct election commission may not exceed the number of registered voters by more than 1 per cent. On the circulation of the ballot papers, the seal of the precinct election commission or the signature of two of its members shall be stamped on the circulation of the ballot papers. In the case of individual candidates disposals until election day, but after the production of ballot papers, precinct election commissions, on the instructions of the higher electoral commissions, delete the data on the released candidates in the ballot papers, Noting the square for the vote, the word "has been" and the stamp of the election commission or the signature of two members of the precinct election commission or the production of new ballot papers. Article 36. Method of voting Voting shall be held on the date of the election from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time. If all registered voters have voted at the polling station, the precinct election commission may end the voting earlier than twenty-two hours. A voter who will not be in his or her place of permanent residence on election day may vote early, but not earlier than fifteen days before the election day. The early voting period between four and fifteen days prior to the election day shall be exercised in the premises of the district or territorial election commission, and from one to three days prior to the election day shall be exercised in the premises of the district electoral commission. The Commission shall not, however, violate the secrecy of the ballot. Filled ballots are placed in an envelope which is glued and handed over to the duty election commission. The stamp on the envelope is stamped with the seal of the election commission or the signature of two members of the election commission. The envelopes with the votes of the voters who have voted early are stored in the safes. The district and territorial election commissions transmit the lists of voters and envelopes with their ballots to the relevant precinct commission, simultaneously with the transmission of the ballots. The precinct election commission notes in its list of voters who voted in this way. At eight o'clock on the election day, the chairman of each precinct election commission announces the beginning of the voting and presents to the members of the Commission and the present voters and observers the empty ballot boxes, which will be followed by This is sealed. The chairman of the precinct election commission then retrieves the envelopes containing the ballot papers, which were left early by voters, to announce the number of envelopes, which is placed in the protocol of the precinct election commission. to the ballot box, after which the voters are invited to receive the ballot papers. When the ballot papers are received, the voter shall charge a member of the election commission with a passport or substitute document and sign the voter list. A voter who is unable to sign himself may avail himself of the assistance of another person who is not part of the election commission. The name of the person is on the electoral roll. The filling of ballot papers shall be made in the voting booth or by secret ballot, in which no one may be present except the voter. A voter who is unable to fill the ballot papers himself has the right to invite anyone other than a member of the election commission or an observer to the cabin or room for secret ballot. Voting shall be conducted by means of voter registration of any square sign (s) relating to the candidate (s) or the list of candidates to whom (s) have been made Choice or "Against all candidates" ("Against all candidate lists"). (...) (...) N 146-FZ) Filled ballot papers go to the ballot box. The chairman of the precinct election commission monitors the order in the voting room. If there is no chairperson, he or she shall be replaced by the Vice-Chairperson of the Commission and, in his absence, by a secretary or other member of the commission authorized by it. In cases where voters are unable to arrive at the polling station for reasons of health or for other valid reasons, the election commission shall organize, by written application or oral request, a vote on the basis of a vote The presence of these voters with the use of a special portable ballot box in the presence of observers, if the latter are at the polling station. There can be no more than two boxes at the polling station. Members of the precinct election commission travelling to organize the voting with a portable ballot box shall receive a number of ballot papers corresponding to the number of written statements or oral requests. The oral request shall be confirmed by the voter in writing upon the arrival of the members of the precinct election commission. The names of the voters who voted outside the voting room are placed on a separate list. Article 37. Procedure for counting the votes in the precinct election Election Commissions After the voting period, the chairman of the precinct election commission announces that the voting time has expired and the voting can only be completed Voters in the voting room. Only those who are already in the voting room can then vote and have access to the ballot papers, and only the candidates, their proxets, or the members of the respective electoral authorities are allowed to access the polling station. Commissions, observers and the media. Before counting the votes, the members of the precinct election commission count the unused ballot papers and read out the number that is recorded in the protocol. The chairman of the precinct election commission repays the unused ballot papers. The President and members of the precinct election commission shall check the integrity of the seals on the portable ballot boxes and the ballot boxes that were held at the polling station. In the event of detection of seals, the seals, the ballot boxes shall be drawn up and the employees of the internal affairs agencies and the prosecutor's office are invited to investigate. Ballot papers from such electoral boxes shall be counted separately. In the case of an unauthorized autopsy or violation of the integrity of the electoral box, all ballot papers found in the ballot box shall be invalidated. Each ballot shall be signed by two members of the electoral commission, with a "invalid ballot paper found in the damaged electoral box". Information on the number of ballot papers that were found, members of the election commission who performed the opening of the damaged ballot box and present the observers to the special report to which they are attached An act drawn up by the employees of the internal affairs agencies. Next, the chairman and members of the precinct election commission shall open the portable ballot boxes. The number of written statements of voters found in them is checked. In the event that the number of ballot papers exceeds the number of written statements by the voters, the results of the voting on the written statements of the voters by means of portable boxes shall be invalidated. Each ballot shall be signed by two members of the election commission, with a mark of "invalid ballot voting by means of a portable ballot box". The entry is made on the face of each of these ballot papers, located to the right of the data of the candidates (candidate lists), against all candidates (against all lists of candidates). Details of the number of ballots that were found, the members of the election commission who organized the voting by means of a portable ballot box, the observers present are recorded in a special protocol to which Voter statements and ballot papers found in the portable ballot box are attached. (...) (...) N 146-FZ)Next, the chairman and members of the precinct election commission shall open ballot boxes at the polling station. Members of the precinct commission will sort out ballot papers extracted from portable and fixed ballot boxes for votes cast for each candidate (each list of candidates), as well as votes cast against all candidates (against all lists of candidates), simultaneously separates the bulletins of unspecified forms and invalid ballots. (...) (...) N 146-FL) Invalid ballots are counted and summed separately. Ballot papers which do not contain the marks in the square of the candidates, the names of the electoral associations, the "Against all candidates" ("Against all lists of candidates"), or in which the marks are not valid, are considered invalid. placed in a square opposite the "Against all candidates" position and at least in one of the squares opposite the names of the candidates, the names of the electoral associations. On the face of each of these ballot papers, on the right side of the data of the candidates (candidate lists), the entry "Against all candidates" ("Against all lists of candidates"), a record of the reason for recognition The bulletin is invalid, which is confirmed by the signatures of the two members of the precinct commission with the right to vote and is certified by the press of the precinct commission. In case of doubt about the determination of the expression of the will of the voter, the ballot will be postponed to a separate pack. At the end of the grading, the precinct commission shall decide on the validity of all suspicious ballots by voting. A ballot paper which is valid or invalid is attached to the relevant package of ballot papers. Invalid ballots, with the direct counting of votes are packed separately, are sealed and the counting is not taken into account. This is followed by the calculation of the sorted bulletins of the prescribed form in each package separately for each candidate (list of candidates) and position "Against all candidates" ("Against all candidate lists"). Ballot papers are counted by shifting one part of the package into another so that the persons present at the counting can see the voter's mark in each ballot paper. Ballot papers are not allowed to be counted simultaneously. (...) (...) N 146-FZ The precinct election commission shall draw up a protocol on voting results. The report indicates the following: Total number of voters registered at the polling station and number of voters added to the electoral register; Number of ballot papers received Number of ballot papers; number of ballot papers issued on election day; Number of ballot papers issued to voters Voters outside the polling station; number of ballot papers found in the ballot boxes; number of invalid ballots; number of ballot papers, The list of candidates, the number of votes cast for each candidate, the number of votes cast against all the candidates (against all lists of candidates). (...) (...) N 146-FZ) The results of the voting shall be drawn up in three copies in the presence of all members of the precinct election commission, observers, proxnames and signed by all members of the precinct electoral commission. Commission. A member of the precinct election commission, which does not agree with the protocol in general or with its individual provisions, has the right to attach a separate opinion to the record, which is the record of the record. The first copy of the protocol shall be accompanied by special protocols of the election commission, complaints (statements) on violations of this Statute, received by the precinct election commission on election day, and the decisions taken thereon by the election commission Commission. All annexes are listed and are an integral part of the voting protocol. Certified copies of the special protocols of the election commission, complaints (statements) and decisions of the precinct election commission are attached to the second and third copies of the protocol. It is not possible to fill out a protocol on the results of voting with a pencil and to make any corrections to it. The first copy of the protocol of the precinct election commission on the results of the voting shall immediately be sent to the appropriate territorial, district or election commission of the municipal education. The transfer of a protocol on the results of voting shall be recorded in an act drawn up in two copies, one of which remains in the precinct election commission and the other is transferred to the corresponding territorial, district or election commission Municipal education. The protocol shall be signed and signed by at least two members of each of the election commissions. The Act shall be kept in the relevant election commissions, together with the protocols on the voting results in the manner established for the keeping of the electoral records. The second copy of the protocol, together with the sealed ballots, with the lists of members of the precinct election commission with the right of deliberative voice, observers, representatives of the mass media present at the counting Voters ' votes are kept by the secretary of the precinct election commission until the end of the commission's powers. A third copy of the protocol is provided to the trustee candidates, observers, members of the precinct election commission with the right of deliberative voice, representatives of the media. At the request of the above persons, they shall be provided with a certified copy of the protocol of the precinct election commission. The electoral documentation of the precinct election commission, including the ballot papers, shall be submitted to the relevant higher election commissions not later than ten days after the official publication of the general totals the elections. It is not allowed to count the votes of the voters of the precinct election commission. In the determination of errors, inconsistencies in the protocol of the precinct election commission, the higher electoral commission on the application of the prosecutor, the decision of the court or its own initiative decides on the reference count of votes The voters of the polling station in question. The electoral count shall be conducted by a higher electoral commission in the presence of the members of the precinct election commission, the candidates, their proxnames, observers and representatives of the mass media. After the vote count, the protocol is drawn up in accordance with the above requirements, which is signed by the members of the election commission who conducted the check-count, and members of the precinct election commission. If the results of the vote count recorded by the precinct election commission do not match the results of the vote count, the total voting results shall be based on the verification protocol. Votes. Article 38. Subversion of voting by the territorial (district) election Commission On the basis of protocols of precinct election commissions (protocols of the counting of votes) on the results of voting by way The sum of the territorial (district) election commission shall be summed up no later than five days from the date of the election sets the results of the voting in the respective territory (district). Summarizing the data contained in the protocols of precinct election commissions is carried out directly by members of the territorial (district) election commission with the right to vote. The territorial (district) election commission shall draw up a protocol on the results of voting, which records the number of precinct election commissions in the respective territory (district) and the number of protocols of precinct election commissions of the electoral commissions, which shall establish a protocol on the results of voting, as well as the summary records of the precinct election commissions established by article 40 of this Statute. The protocol of the territorial (district) election commission shall be drawn up in three copies and shall be signed by all members of the election commission present. Attached to the Protocol is a summary table, which includes the records of all precinct election commissions in the respective territory. A member of the territorial (district) election commission, which does not agree with the protocol in general or with its individual provisions, has the right to attach a separate opinion to the record, as the record is recorded in the record. The first instance of the Protocol shall be accompanied by complaints (applications) for violations of this Statute received by the territorial (district) election commission on the day of the voting, as well as the decisions taken on them by the territorial (district) of the electoral commission. Certified copies of complaints (applications) and decisions of the territorial (district) election commission shall be attached to the second and third copies of the Protocol. The first copy of the protocol of the territorial (district) election commission after its signing and a summary table are immediately sent to the municipal education election commission. Second copy of the protocol and the summary table together with the protocols of precinct election commissions, with lists of members of the territorial (district) election commission with the right of deliberative voice, observers, representatives of funds The Secretary of the territorial (district) election commission shall be kept by the secretary of the territorial election commission until the end of the commission's work. The third copy of the protocol and the summary table are provided to the candidates, observers, members of the election commission and representatives of the media. At the request of the above persons, they shall be provided with certified copies of the territorial (district) election commission and the summary table. Article 39. Based on the protocols of the lower electoral commissions on the results of the voting, the district election commission, and in the election of the local government official under a single mandate constituency, or The election of deputies of the representative body of local self-government in a single multi-member constituency shall determine the general election results no later than ten days from the date of the elections. [ [ District Electoral Commission]], and in the election of a local government official under a single mandate district or the election of deputies of a representative body of local self-government in a single multi-member constituency, The commission of municipal education takes one of the following decisions on the results of voting: recognizes the elections in a single-mandate constituency and announces the elected representative of a representative body of local self-government, by a local government official of the candidate receiving The highest number of votes cast by voters; with the equality of votes elected, the candidate registered earlier. On the basis of the rerun of a vote, the candidate who received a higher number of votes in relation to the number of votes received by the other candidate shall be recognized, provided that the number of votes obtained by the candidate is obtained, The number of votes is higher than the number of votes cast against all the candidates. g. N 146-FZ recognizes the multi-mandate constituency elections held and consistently declares elected members of the representative body of local government in a number equal to the established number of deputies elected In the multi-member constituency, the candidates who received the highest number of votes cast their ballots; if the vote is equal, the candidates registered earlier will be recognized; will accept the election of a single-mandate constituency Elective and Elective Electors The local government official of the candidate who obtained the largest number of votes of the voters who participated in the voting; with the equality of votes chosen, the candidate registered earlier; Invalidity, if the violations committed during them do not allow for the authenticity of the expression of the will of the voters, or if the elections were declared invalid at the polling stations where more than 10 per cent were to vote The electorate of the district; recognizes the elections failed, if the number of voters who voted against all the candidates was more than the number of voters who voted for the candidate who obtained the highest number of votes in the district; (in the wording of the Federal Law dated 04.06.2014 N 146-FZ) shall assign a second election day not later than three months if the election has been declared invalid or invalid. [ [ District Electoral Commission]], and in the election of a local government official under a single mandate district or the election of deputies of a representative body of local self-government in a single multi-member constituency, A commission of municipal education may declare elections invalid at individual polling stations in the event that irregularities committed in the conduct of elections do not allow for the authenticity of the expression of the will of the voters. The results of the voting on these polling stations are excluded from the overall vote count at the elections. [ [ District Electoral Commission]], and in the election of a local government official under a single mandate district or the election of deputies of a representative body of local self-government in a single multi-member constituency, The commission of municipal education is a protocol on the general election results, which includes the following: number of territorial or precinct election commissions formed on the territory of the district; number on the results of voting by territorial or precinct The number of registered voters and the number of voters included in the list; Electoral commissions on election day; number of ballot papers issued to voters who voted outside the voting room; number of ballot papers; Ballot papers in stationary electoral boxes; Number of ballot papers contained in laptops; total number of valid ballots: the total number of invalid ballots; Surnames, names and patronymics of candidates, and when they are matched, other data on the candidates on the ballot; number of votes cast for each candidate; (Paragraph The 14th has lost power-Federal Law dated 12.07.2006 N 107-FZ) votes cast against all candidates. The paragraph is supplemented by the Federal Law of April 4, 2014. N 146-FZ) The Protocol of the District Electoral Commission, and in the election of a local government official under a single single-mandate constituency or the election of deputies to a representative body of local self-government in a single seat The multi-mandate constituency protocol of the municipal election commission shall be drawn up in two copies and shall be signed by all members of the election commission present. Attached to the Protocol is a summary table, which includes the records of all election commissions in the territory of the municipality. A member of the election commission, which does not agree with the protocol in general or with its individual provisions, has the right to attach a separate opinion to the record, as the record is recorded in the record. The first and second copies of the Protocol shall be accompanied by complaints (applications) for violations of this Statute received by the election commission on the day of the election and the decisions taken thereon by the election commission. The second copy of the protocol and the summary table are provided to the candidates, observers, members of the election commission with the right to vote, representatives of the media. At the request of the above persons, they shall be provided with certified copies of the electoral commission's report and the summary table. Article 40. Registration of elected deputies of representative local self-government bodies and elected local government officials District Electoral Commission, and in the election of a local official The election commission of the municipal education, after the signing of the protocol on the general election results, notifies the candidate, the elected representative of the representative body of local self-government, or by an elected official of local government. In accordance with the requirements of this Regulation, the elected candidate shall, within three days, communicate to the appropriate election commission the addition of duties incompatible with the status of the representative of the representative. The local government or elected official of the local government. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ) Relevant election commission on the basis of a protocol on the results of voting no later than eight days after the election publishes the election results for the electoral district, as well as data on the number The votes cast by each candidate and the number of votes cast by voters against all candidates. (...) (...) N 146-FZ )Electoral Commission of Municipal Education based on the general election results no later than fourteen days after the election publishes the general election results and the number The votes cast by each candidate (candidate lists) and the number of votes cast against all candidates (against all lists of candidates). (...) (...) N 146-FZ) After the general election results were published by the election commission of the municipal education, the district election commission, and in the election of the local government official under a single mandate The district electoral commission of the municipal education shall make the registration of the elected deputies of the representative body of local self-government or elected local government official and to issue them certificates of election subject to the fulfilment of the requirements of Part One of this Regulation. articles. (In the wording of the Federal Law of 22.06.98) N 85-FZ Chapter IX. RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS Article 41. The responsibility of persons who obstruct the free exercise of the rights of citizens to elect and be elected to local self-governments Persons who stand in the way of violence, deceit, threats or otherwise The free exercise by voters of the right to elect and be elected as a member of a representative body of local self-government, elected official of local government, to conduct pre-election campaign for election documents, false counting of votes in breach of secrecy (a) A vote (s) shall be held in accordance with the administrative and criminal penalties established by law. Article 42. Responsibility of a candidate for violation of the election law In case of a violation of the electoral legislation by a candidate or an authorized candidate, a decision on the registration of the candidate (before the voting day) or The registration of the candidate by the deputy of the representative body of local self-government, the elected official of the local self-government may be appealed to the court within one month. The Electoral Commission of the Municipal Education is obliged to cancel the decision on the registration of the candidate of the representative body of local self-government, elected local government official in cases: legal recognition illegal under Part One of this article of a decision on the registration of a candidate or his election; non-compliance with the obligation to terminate activities incompatible with the status of a deputy representative body of local government, elected official within two weeks from the day of the official publication of the general election results. Article 43. Consequences of cancellation of decisions on registration of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of the local government In case of cancellation of the decision on the registration of the deputy A representative body of local self-government elected in a single-member or multi-member electoral district, on the basis of the provisions of this Regulation, the district election commission for seven consecutive days shall take Decision on the registration by the deputy of the candidate who is next in number of the votes obtained. If the candidate received less votes than was filed against all candidates, the election commission of the municipal education shall appoint a second election in the respective district. (In the wording of the federal laws of December 12, 2006, } N 107-FZ; dated 04.06.2014 N 146-FZ ) In case of cancellation of the decision to elect an elected official of local government on the grounds provided for by this Regulation, the election commission of the municipal education during the seven subsequent elections days shall decide on the registration by the elected local government official of the candidate next in the number of votes obtained. If the candidate received less votes than was filed against all candidates, the election commission of the municipal education shall appoint a second election of an elected official of the local government. (In the wording of the federal laws of December 12, 2006, } N 107-FZ; dated 04.06.2014 N 146-FZ) Chapter X. FINAL PROVISIONS Article 44. Term of office of members of the representative local self-government bodies and local government officials elected in accordance with this Position Terms of office Representatives of representative bodies of local self-government and local self-government officials elected in accordance with the present Regulations shall be elected for two years from the date of the vote. The powers of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and officials of local self-government are terminated in accordance with the procedure established by the Federal Law "About the general principles of local government organization in the Russian Federation". -Election of deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government at the end of the powers of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and officials of the local government The self-government authorities elected in accordance with this Statute shall be held not later than the first Sunday after the expiry of the period prescribed in Part One of this Article. Article 45. The powers of the representative bodies of the local self-government elected in accordance with this Regulation Local self-government bodies elected in accordance with this regulation; "have powers in accordance with the Federal Law" On general principles of the organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation ". The representative body of local self-government is considered to be entitled if at least two thirds of the total number of deputies is elected. The first meeting of the representative body of local self-government opens the chairman of the election commission of municipal education. If the charter of the municipal entity is not adopted or does not define the procedure for the beginning of the work of a representative body of local self-government, the first meeting of the deputies shall be elected by the presiding officer; time limit. Meetings of the representative body of local self-government are entitled, with the participation of at least two thirds of the established number of deputies. The decisions of the representative body of local self-government are taken by a majority of votes from the established number of deputies. The provisional rules are valid until the adoption of the charter of municipal education. Article 46. Early termination of the powers of the deputies of the representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of the local self-government elected in If on the day of early termination of powers of the deputies of representative bodies of local self-government and elected officials of local self-government elected in accordance with this regulation, in the municipal education Statutes of municipal education entered into force: the early termination of powers of the deputy of the representative body of local self-government elected in the uninominal constituency or elected local government official election commission of the municipal education in the city of for the next seven days, the election will be held in the respective electoral district, and if the early departure of the elected member of the single-member constituency occurs less than a year before the date of the next election in this election electoral district, early elections are not held; if The result of the departure of the deputy of the representative body of local self-government becomes impossible to exercise the powers of the representative body of local self-government, the election commission of the municipal education within seven consecutive days. Appoints early elections to a representative body of local self-government; , in case of early termination of powers of the deputy of the representative body of local self-government elected in the multi-mandate constituency, election commission of municipal education for seven years The next day shall decide on the registration of the deputy of the candidate who follows the number of votes obtained. In this order, the powers of not more than one sixth of the total number of deputies of a representative body of local self-government may be recognized. Otherwise, early elections to a representative body of local self-government are appointed. In the cases listed in the first part of this article: The election commission of the municipal education shall appoint early or early elections for a day not later than three months from the date of the occurrence of the circumstances, The elections shall be held in accordance with the procedure set out in the present Statute. ____________ Application 1 Subscribe sheet We, the undersigned, support the nomination of a candidate to the party __________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ (name of representative body of local government education) for the constituency N _________ (if elections are held in single-mandate constituencies) Citizen _____________________________________________________ (last name, first name, middle name) of the person who was born "__" ____________ 19 _ year of _______________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________, (position or occupation) residing at ___________________________________________________________, (name of human settlement) ____________________________________________________ * ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ + ----------------------------------------------------------------- + | N | Last Name, | Year's Name | Address Place | Series and | Date | Signature | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Reports | | | | | 18 years | | | | | | 18 years | | | | | | | | number | | | | | | | | | + --- + -------- + --------- + --------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + ------- | + --- + -------- + --------- + --------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + ------- | + ----------------------------------------------------------------- + Check sheet: ______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ (Last name, first name, address, address, location, series and number of the passport or substitute document, date and signature of the person who collected the signature): __________________________________________________________ (f. and. , date, signature) ____________ Application 2 of the SIGNATURE We, the undersigned, support the nomination of a candidate for the position of _________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ (the name of the elected local government official of the municipal education) of the citizen ______________________________________________________ (last name, first name, and middle name) Born "__" ____________ on ______________ 19 __ working year, __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________, (title or occupation) residing at ___________________________________________________________, (name of the locality) of the nominating ____________________________________________________________ * ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ + ----------------------------------------------------------------- + | N | Last Name, | Year's Name | Address Place | Series and | Date | Signature | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Reports | | | | | 18 years | | | | | | 18 years | | | | | | | | number | | | | | | | | | + --- + -------- + --------- + --------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + ------- | + --- + -------- + --------- + --------- + -------- + -------- + -------- + ------- | + ----------------------------------------------------------------- + Check sheet: ______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ (Last name, first name, address, address, location, series and number of the passport or substitute document, date and signature of the person who collected the signature): __________________________________________________________ (f. and. , date, signature) ____________