At least two political parties can create block of political parties. If a political party is a member of the block, it cannot function as an independent political party or join another block during the conduct of elections. A decision on joining the block of political parties shall be made in conformity with the charter of each political party, which intends to join the block of political parties. After a relevant decision is adopted, authorized representatives of political parties shall sign a joint decision on establishment of the block.
An authorized representative of the block of political parties shall submit the following documents to the Central Election Commission for registration:
copies of charters of political parties which included in the block, verified by the notary office;
decisions of political parties on joining the block;
a joint decision on establishment of a block signed by the authorized representatives of political parties and verified by the stamp of those parties.
A block of political parties should be registered within 5 days starting from the day they submit relevant documents to the Central Election Commission.
The block of political parties can be refused in registration if the documents mentioned in Article 50.2. of this Code are not officialized, complete, or do not meet requirements of this Code.
No other political party can be included in the block of political parties after the latter has been registered by the Central Election Commission.
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